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Welcome to X-Series from 3 moblogging site.

You can submit images or posts when you are on the move. We’re a pretty open bunch at 3 so anyone is free to post to this moblog even if you don’t have X-Series or one of our other mobile broadband package.

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X-series launches in Ireland!

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11th Sep 2007, 13:54  


Bluefrog(molloyjoe-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

X-Series in Ireland - much hype, little service.

Three Ireland would seem to have blocked third party apps that don’t use port 80. That seems a long way from “what’s free to use on the internet should be free to use on mobile broadband”. Fring is free, MSN for Symbian is free, a plethora of other third party apps are free but forget about using them on Three Ireland.

The Skype client is a crippled shadow of its PC cousin, no text chat and only seems to work in 3G areas while third party application Fring provides text and voice and both quite happily on GPRS speeds.

As for Orb, at the moment during registration for Irish customers, a UK phone number is required making said registration impossible and therefore the service unusable.

The MSN client is also hobbled in comparison to its much richer official MSN Symbian relative. It too only works in 3G areas.

Technical support amounts to being told to switch off your phone and rub your SIM and that assumes you have the fortitude to get through the customer service barricade to actually talk to somebody in technical support.

15th Sep 2007, 16:04

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