Friday, 6 November 2009

Vodafone 360 Internet Service Suite For Mobiles & PCs Unveiled Vodafone (Samsung) 360 H1 Handset Launched in Sync

Vodafone have just unveiled a new internet service suite for mobiles and
PCs, going by the name of Vodafone 360, as well as a new Vodafone
branded Samsung made handset, known as the Vodafone 360 H1 to celebrate
what the company term as set of internet services for the mobile and PC
which gathers all of a customer s friends, communities, entertainment
and personal favourites (like music, games, photos and video) in one place .
The new Vodafone 360 service, which is set to commence live status in
Europe by Christmas and expand from therein, apart from offering a
single portal for music, photos and games additionally offers what
Vodafone s press release terms as the most personal address book
available in not only bringing together all your mobile and PC based
contacts but in also allowing end users to add their social network
contacts and, interestingly, not only will it sync all contacts
(including contacts in Facebook, Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk
with Twitter pending) the service will be open to anyone regardless of
their network allegiances. So, in other words, you won t have to be a
Vodafone mobile customer in order to access and use the service.
Vodafone 360 is the first service of its kind to offer customers the
benefits of a truly integrated mobile internet experience that gathers
all their contacts and content, all around them, in one place, said
Pieter Knook, Director of Internet Services at Vodafone Group. The
beauty of Vodafone 360 is that all the services work together and they
are easy to use. Vodafone 360 enables customers digital lives.
Customers can stay in touch and share experiences through social
networks, instant messaging, email, apps, maps, music and buying digital
content on their mobile bill, with the personalised address book at its
Vodafone 360 Key Features:

bringing together all contacts and content in one place and allowing
customers immediate access to their various contacts across different
networking sites " all the latest information updates including
Facebook status updates and the ability to chat through Windows Live
Messenger and Google Talk
the ability to create different contact groups across social media
networks, allowing customers to organise their contacts the way they
want and manage how they share different information with different groups
the ability for customers and friends to share locations, tag and share
pictures and favourite places
confidence that your connected address book is synchronised between your
phone and the web and you can easily recover your phone contacts if you
change or lose your mobile
access to the service through a variety of handsets and operating
systems from multiple manufacturers " the ultimate experience being
through a custom-built device
a catalogue of over one thousand Apps at launch available to different
handsets, downloadable through the Vodafone Shop
the ability for non-Vodafone customers to access some of the range of
services, linking them to their social networks via mobile.
On and above announcing their new Vodafone 360 internet service suite
for mobiles and PCs Vodafone have also unveiled their first 360 handset
in the form of the Samsung made Vodafone 360 H1 which, whilst offering
full integration with the service, comes with a 3.5 � multitouch OLED
touchscreen, 16GB or memory and integrated WiFi (we await a full spec
sheet and will bring you further details the moment we have them).

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