Calling cards for long distance calls
SalePhoneCards.com - Cheap phone cards store for international calls
 
 

Quick order international calling card

1. Select the direction of your call:

from to

2. Select the best phone card

3. Pay for choosen calling card

And you will instantly receive a PIN code on your e-mai

 
Cheap prepaid phone cards
 

Other services

Cell rechargeCell Recharge
Quickly replenish the balance of the mobile phone using prepaid calling card.

PC to Phone callPC to Phone call
With the help of internet access or SIP hardware you can reduce the price of international telephone calls over long distances.

Conference CallsConference call
You can set up the conference call instantly between 50 people for the low rate price.

PDA callPDA call
The ability to make international calls through the PDA or mobile phone. PIN is not required.

WEB callWEB call
Ability to make calls using a web-site. You do not need a PIN-code and does not require special software.

SMS callSMS call
Send to our service number of SMS text message to your phone number from which you want to access, and we will connect you.

 

Telecommunication News: Wireless, VoIP and Mobile

Gov`t plans to double available wireless spectrum


28.06.2010
(AP) -- The Obama administration intends to nearly double the available amount of wireless communications spectrum over the next 10 years in an effort to keep up with the ever-growing demand for high-speed video and data transmission to cell phones, laptops and other mobile devices.

President Barack Obama on Monday committed the federal government to auctioning off 500 megahertz of federal and commercial spectrum. Revenue from the auctions would be spent on public safety, infrastructure investments and deficit reduction.

In a memo to heads of federal agencies and departments, Obama said he wanted to unleash the full potential of wireless broadband and spur innovation.

"This new era in global technology leadership will only happen if there is adequate spectrum available to support the forthcoming myriad of wireless devices, networks and applications that can drive the new economy," Obama wrote.

National Economic Council director Lawrence H. Summers was to explain the new policy in a speech Monday at the New America Foundation, a Washington think tank. In an excerpt released by the White House, Summers said the initiative could "help to create hundreds of thousands of jobs."

The administration said it hopes to encourage the spread of wireless broadband across the country, including rural areas. The auction is intended, in part, to counter fears of a potential "spectrum crunch" as smart phones and laptop computers become more popular and new wireless devices hit the market.

2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


Related news

25.09.2009 Study: Unlicensed spectrum space worth $100 billion for wireless use
A study commissioned by Microsoft Corp. estimates that the unlicensed "white spaces" spectrum coveted by the software giant and other technology companies could be worth more than $100 billion over...
 
03.09.2009 Verizon Wireless Plans to Offer 4G Capability Next Year
(PhysOrg.com) -- In today`s world, we want our information to travel faster. This is especially true as smart phones take over and we become used to using smaller devices to accomplish more while we...
 
04.01.2010 Obama administration seeks more wireless spectrum
(AP) -- The Obama administration is calling on federal regulators to make more radio spectrum available for wireless Internet services to compete with broadband plans provided by the major phone and...
 
24.02.2010 FCC seeking more spectrum for wireless broadband
(AP) -- Federal regulators are hoping to find more wireless spectrum for mobile broadband services by reallocating some airwaves now in the hands of television broadcasters and other users. ...
 
11.06.2010 India`s wireless auction reaps billions for govt
(AP) -- India`s auction of wireless broadband spectrum has brought in a reported $8 billion in fees which could help plug India`s fiscal deficit. An unlisted company, Infotel, took...
 
 
 
We accepted PayPal, VISA, MasterCard