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So far I've tested it and it's working fine for all incoming calls, with a little breaking up from me to them while using my mobitel data connection on my phone. Haven't tested it with broadband as I'm in the process of moving and don't have any right now.
A nice way for family/friends to get a hold of you for emergencies, or if your telecommuting like I am for clients to reach you. Their outgoing call rates seem pretty decent as well with some packages that make it about 1.5 cents (US) a minute.
From Phnom Penh Post
Friday 14th September 2012
By Anne Renzenbrink
Apple needs to do more than revamp its iPhone to maintain a leading status on the smartphone market, according to the global independent analyst firm Ovum.
Ovum predicts Appleâ€™s new iPhone, the iPhone 5, will be the companyâ€™s most successful smartphone. But without redesigning its mobile operating system iOS and the underlying software platform within the next two years, Ovum predicts Apple will be in a similar position to Nokia and RIM, both confronted with outdated smartphone platforms.
He said right now, they sell about two or three Samsung SIII per day, compared to only one iPhone 4S per week.
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