Lumia Denim, WiFi Calling, Volte Rolling Out To Microsoft Lumia 640, Lumia 640 XL

Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL are eligible to receive the Lumia Denim update. Here is a step by step guide to get your hands on it:

Lumia Denim, WiFi Calling, Volte Rolling Out To Microsoft Lumia 640, Lumia 640 XLLumia 640 owners with subscription to EE UK or T-Mobile US will be eligible for native Wi-Fi calling functionality post-update. They can also access VoLTE compatibility active on specific wireless carriers.

Also, on cards are audio call enhancement and add-ons to cellular connectivity, stability for network and national roaming. The latest software version for Lumia 640 is 02177.00000.15184.36xxx/8.10.15148.160, says Microsoft.

As for users of the Lumia 640 XL, they are also eligible to get hands on VoLTE support via selected operators besides native Wi-Fi calling support if subscribed to EE in the UK. The update also brings in enhancements to audio call quality, Wi-Fi, connectivity, roaming and network stability, again. Lumia 640 XL comes with the version 02177.00000.15184.36xxx/8.10.15148.160 for the update.

Simply select the menu in this order– Settings Phone Update Check for Updates to access the latest update. In case, you are yet to get the same, it just might be due to your region and location.… Read the rest

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AirAsia Wi-Fi Free Trials Begin

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Credit: AirAsia

AirAsia has begun the free trial of its complimentary on board Wi-Fi service for a period of two months. This move by the company is mainly aimed towards providing low-cost Internet connectivity to its passengers.

During the free AirAsia wifi trail period, that will last until the end of October 2014, the company will allow up to 60 guests on selected flights to use the free service in order to test and review it.

The company will provide a quota of 1MB each and will enable its guests to avail the special package that will allow chat via LINE, Whatsapp and WeChat.

They will inform selected guests about their on-board Wi-Fi capability through an in-flight announcement. Selected customers will be allowed to access the service by simply logging into the Connectivity Portal with the help of a given digital token code. The code can be automatically generated simply by clicking the ”Get Access” button on said Portal.

The token will be applicable for only one device, and free service will be provided on the basis of first-come first-served.

The company has not compromised with the security as free service will not be available while the aircraft is taxiing, taking-off or landing, or when it is flying below the height of 10,000ft.… Read the rest

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