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  1. Samsung Galaxy Tab vs. the iPad @ Mobileciti

    Samsung Galaxy Tab vs. the iPad: Compare For Yourself

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    The Android vs. Apple battle has officially made its way into the world of tablets.

    Samsung took the wraps off its new Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet on Thursday. The Galaxy Tab is a 7-inch slate built to complete with the current tablet king, Apple's thus-far-unchallenged iPad.

    Sure, there have been a couple other Android tablets on the market already (see Streak, Dell), but the Galaxy Tab is the first that truly qualifies as a contender.

    *According to manufacturers' estimatesSo how exactly does Samsung's Galaxy Tab differ from the iPad? Check out this comparison chart for a side-by-side glimpse at the two devices' specs and see for yourself.

    In a nutshell, the Galaxy Tab is smaller and lighter (though rumors suggest a couple of larger editions will debut before the year's end). It has the same speed processor but twice the RAM. Like the iPad, the Galaxy Tab comes with different options for internal storage. It also, however, supports up to 32GB of expandable storage; Apple's device is limited to the internal space only.

    The Galaxy Tab has two cameras -- a rear-facing 3.2-megapixel camera and a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera for video chatting -- while the current models of the iPad have none. Samsung claims up to 7 hours of video playback for the Galaxy Tab; Apple says its iPad can last up to 10 hours.

    In terms of software, the Galaxy Tab's Android 2.2 operating system gives the device a number of selling points Apple's iPad can't claim, including full-featured multitasking, support for Adobe Flash, and unrestricted access to applications (Apple is notorious for censoring all sorts of material -- ranging from political satire to swimsuit-clad women -- and also for banning apps that provide functions such as free tethering and customization of the operating system).

    Samsung's Galaxy Tab is set to launch in Europe within the next few weeks, then in the U.S. shortly thereafter. Pricing and carrier information for the States is not yet available, though rumors suggest the Galaxy Tab could end up on Verizon.

    The Android vs. Apple battle has officially made its way into the world of tablets.

    Samsung took the wraps off its new Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet on Thursday. The Galaxy Tab is a 7-inch slate built to complete with the current tablet king, Apple's thus-far-unchallenged iPad.

    Sure, there have been a couple other Android tablets on the market already (see Streak, Dell), but the Galaxy Tab is the first that truly qualifies as a contender.

    *According to manufacturers' estimatesSo how exactly does Samsung's Galaxy Tab differ from the iPad? Check out this comparison chart for a side-by-side glimpse at the two devices' specs and see for yourself.

    In a nutshell, the Galaxy Tab is smaller and lighter (though rumors suggest a couple of larger editions will debut before the year's end). It has the same speed processor but twice the RAM. Like the iPad, the Galaxy Tab comes with different options for internal storage. It also, however, supports up to 32GB of expandable storage; Apple's device is limited to the internal space only.

    The Galaxy Tab has two cameras -- a rear-facing 3.2-megapixel camera and a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera for video chatting -- while the current models of the iPad have none. Samsung claims up to 7 hours of video playback for the Galaxy Tab; Apple says its iPad can last up to 10 hours.

    In terms of software, the Galaxy Tab's Android 2.2 operating system gives the device a number of selling points Apple's iPad can't claim, including full-featured multitasking, support for Adobe Flash, and unrestricted access to applications (Apple is notorious for censoring all sorts of material -- ranging from political satire to swimsuit-clad women -- and also for banning apps that provide functions such as free tethering and customization of the operating system).

    Samsung's Galaxy Tab is set to launch in Europe within the next few weeks, then in the U.S. shortly thereafter. Pricing and carrier information for the States is not yet available, though rumors suggest the Galaxy Tab could end up on Verizon.

    Looking to buy Samsung Galaxy Tab today?  Go to: http://www.mobileciti.com.au/samsung-galaxy-tab-p1000-white-optus

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  2. 10 Reasons to Switch to Amaysim

    10 Reasons to Switch to Amaysim

    You can save money

    With amaysim, our low rates mean you could slice a big chunk off your mobile bill. Check out our Savings Calculator to see how much you could save.

    It’s easy to understand

    Any standard call, any time, any day, any national network, made anywhere within Australia – all at one low rate. It’s that simple!

    You don’t need to sign a minimum term contract

    We’re not going to lock you in – we know you’ll want to stay because you love our service. That means no minimum term contracts, no strings attached.

    You’ll get the best service

    Our service team is here seven days a week - from 8am to 9pm weekdays and 10am to 6pm on weekends - to answer your call or email. But the thing is, most of our customers should never need to ring us – that’s what’s great about having a reliable mobile service with simple prices and no contracts.

    We’re open and genuine

    Our simple, transparent pricing means you can effortlessly see what you’re paying for and what you’re getting.

    We make managing your account easy

    With our easy-to-use ‘my amaysim’ service you can activate your SIM, check your balance, recharge your account, change your personal details or payment method, add an internet package and download invoices. Like everything else with amaysim, you’re in control.

    We cover 96% of the population

    Powered by Optus’ 3G dual band network, amaysim’s coverage includes 96% of the Australian population. Now that’s impressive!

    You choose how to pay

    Whether you decide to pre-pay your account or opt into post-paid (for approved customers), you’ll pay the same great rates. And if you change your mind, it’s simple to change the way you pay.

    There’s no minimum spend

    Whether you choose pre-paid or post-paid, you only pay for what you use. With no minimum spend, you can look forward to only paying for the calls you make.

    This is only the beginning

    We listen to our customers and concentrate on giving them what they want. So as an amaysim customer, you’ll enjoy more innovation and more great offers as we continue to grow.

    Amaysim - One pure SIM with simple, low mobile rates, flat rate 15 per minutes, no flatfall - Mobileciti

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  3. Amaysim Recommend Mobileciti

    Amaysim Recommend Mobileciti for all Outright Mobile Phones

    http://www.amaysim.com.au/mobile-phones.html

    Amaysim said about mobile phone: Right now, we're focused on what we're best at - delivering a great mobile service with simple, low rates.  If you need a handset, we recommend mobileciti. We're happy to recommend them because they offer good prices and excellent customer service. They're the two things we consider pretty important at amaysim.

    Amaysim on News: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/australian-it/no-frills-mobile-entrants-to-take-on-big-three/story-e6frgakx-1225958808567

    operators with the launch of no-frills plans.

    Rolf Hansen, founder and chief executive of Amaysim, says the company will provide flagfall-free plans that charge 15c a minute on any network at any time, SMS messages for 12c each and data at 5c a megabyte.

    The plans will be available as prepaid or postpaid for approved customers.

    Mr Hansen said the Amaysim business model is based on a similar no-frills mobile services operation he ran in Europe, where he successfully built up the Simyo brand before it was sold to Dutch telecommunications giant KPN. Simyo operates in Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands and Spain.

    "After selling our company in Europe we decided we were too young to sit on the beach and do nothing. so we've instead decided to sit on the beach and launch a new company," he said.

    Amaysim will purchase wholesale access to Optus's network infrastructure and IT systems to bring the mobile offering to market.

    "That model has really rocked Europe, and today one in three Europeans are using a low-cost mobile operator to cut their bill in half," Mr Hansen said. The Amaysim launch comes as the mobile market is gearing up for increased competition. Telstra has flagged its intention to spend $450 million in the next year on handset subsidies and marketing to lure back mobile customers from rivals Optus and Vodafone Hutchison Australia.

    But Mr Hansen is not concerned, and said Amaysim will be deploying its own marketing campaign across television, radio and outdoor to raise brand awareness and snare customers from the big three operators.

    "We're investing to not only get brand awareness up to about 50 per cent, but to get across this new price concept across."Amaysim will purchase wholesale access to Optus's network infrastructure and IT systems to bring the mobile offering to market.

    "That model has really rocked Europe, and today one in three Europeans are using a low-cost mobile operator to cut their bill in half," Mr Hansen said. The Amaysim launch comes as the mobile market is gearing up for increased competition. Telstra has flagged its intention to spend $450 million in the next year on handset subsidies and marketing to lure back mobile customers from rivals Optus and Vodafone Hutchison Australia.

    But Mr Hansen is not concerned, and said Amaysim will be deploying its own marketing campaign across television, radio and outdoor to raise brand awareness and snare customers from the big three operators.

    "We're investing to not only get brand awareness up to about 50 per cent, but to get across this new price concept across."

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  4. New Mobileciti website fresh look with extra functions @mobileciti.com.au

    New Mobileciti website fresh look with extra functions @mobileciti.com.au

    Our new website comes with many new exciting features:

    Improved site appearances – You can now experienced our completely new refreshed online shop at our new website.

    Shop by options – You can now shop by your preferences, simply check the features that you after, and then you would be able to find the one you want.

    Compare product – You are now able to compare the product you like. Simply add the all products you wish compare and compare their features. & specifications.

    Wish list - You would be able to store and add your preferred product on your wish list.

    More new features are here online waiting for you to explore.

    Website Url: www.mobileciti.com.au

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