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November 16, 2006

3 Brings Skype, Sling and More To The N73

by Darla Mack

On December 1st, UK carrier Hutchison 3G, in Partnership with Skype, Sling Media, Yahoo!, Nokia, Google, eBay, Microsoft, Orb and Sony Ericsson, are launching a new handset and services package, called the X-Series.

Xseries Customers will be able to make unlimited calls from their mobile using Skype, watch their home television via their mobile using Sling, access their home PC remotely using Orb and have access to the best of internet and messaging services from Yahoo!, Windows Live Messenger and Google.
The X-Series from 3 will be priced like fixed line broadband. It will offer use of mobile internet services free at the time of use, for a flat fee. There is a "fair usage" clause in the small print though, and roaming may be an issue.
The global launch of the X-Series from 3 is being made possible by the first two handsets that will support this full range of services: the Nokia N73 and the Sony Ericsson W950i.

[via: Cellular-News, PhoneScoop]

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