So you can quickly keep up with the world of mobile phones, here are some links from around the Internet. Today we’re looking at a new Hotspot @Home phone, a potential new carrier — or carriers — for the LG Voyager, and some news on the AT&T and Sprint fronts:
- Phone Arena notes that the Samsung SGH-T339 — as of yet unannounced — will include WiFi. So yes, it will be yet another mid-level clamshell compatible with T-Mobile’s Hotspot @Home service.
- File this under completely unverified rumors, but Engadget Mobile is hearing that LG might move the acclaimed Voyager might be heading to Sprint and AT&T by year’s end. So I guess Verizon’s exclusive won’t be more than a year long.
- AT&T is giving small business another calling option, allowing them to share minutes. Plans start with five users sharing 700 anytime minutes, and go up to 40 users sharing 20,000. This should help some businesses shave a few dollars off the monthly expense report.
- Analysts Robert W. Baird & Co. are seeing a number of defections from AT&T “due primarily to customer service degradation.” T-Mobile didn’t fare well in the analysis, either. Even more shockingly, it appears that Sprint isn’t bleeding customers like they were in late ’07 and early ’08.