Colleen Long, Associated Press Updated 3:59 pm CDT, Wednesday, October 3, 2018 The first test of the national wireless emergency system by the Federal Emergency Management Agency is shown on a cellular phone in Detroit, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. About 225 million electrtonic devices across the United States received alerts from FEMA Wednesday afternoon. less The … [Read more...] about Emergency alert test sounds off on mobile phones nationwide
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Colleen Long, Associated Press Updated 9:25 am CDT, Wednesday, October 3, 2018 On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, the federal government will be conducting its first nationwide test of the Wireless Emergency Alert System. Your cell phone will likely receive this alert on or just after 2:18 PM EDT. You will also see television and radio stations activated for a … [Read more...] about Emergency alert test going out to mobile phones nationwide
Tokyo is the most expensive of six major world cities, including New York and London, when it comes to mobile phone service fees. Customers in the Japanese capital shell out ¥7,562 ($67) per month — 4.2 times more than the ¥1,783 Parisians pay, which is the lowest figure among the six cities. The Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry announced Wednesday … [Read more...] about Tokyo remains a pricey city for mobile phone users
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Americas Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by BySandra E. Garcia Aug. 15, 2018 If you walk through Havana, you’ll usually see groups of people huddled around certain plazas, parks and side streets with their cellphones held up to … [Read more...] about Cuban Government Tests Internet on Mobile Phones Nationwide
First, we’ll take a look at the four main providers - Orange, SFR, Bouygues, and Free - followed by a closer look at what you can get and where you can get it. Orange is the biggest If you want safety in numbers, stick with Orange. It’s by far the biggest operator in France with over 10 million users. The company also has around 100,000 employees in France, … [Read more...] about Living in France: So which mobile phone provider should I go with?