blog Mobile Internet newsen-usThu, 14 Jun 2012 17:14:45 +1000The World Mobile Net Q&A Forum've just launched a new feature: the World Mobile Net <a href="/ask/">Q&A Forum</a>. If you have any questions about internet access when travelling overseas, ask them here and hopefully other members of the community will be able to give you advice.Thu, 14 Jun 2012 17:14:45 +1000 countries: Western Samoa and Lebanon have now added two new countries to World Mobile Net: <a href="/plans/Western%20Samoa/">Western Samoa</a> and <a href="/plans/Lebanon">Lebanon</a>. Western Samoa is served by Digicel, and Lebanon has two mobile providers, Alfa and MTC Touch, whose mobile broadband prepaid offers are identical at this point in time.Fri, 13 Apr 2012 11:23:27 +1000 country: Serbia<a href="/plans/Serbia/">Serbia</a> is the latest addition to the World Mobile Net database. With three providers covering the entire country, there's a lot of competition, and as a result, prices are low. Just 7 euro for 1Gb of data for two months? That's pretty good.Wed, 02 Nov 2011 14:32:24 +1100 country: Cameroon've just uploaded data for <a href="/plans/Cameroon">Cameroon</a>. There's only one provider who advertises that they provide mobile internet, and sadly, it's GPRS/EDGE only - in a limited number of locations, and the prices are aren't all that great.Sat, 10 Sep 2011 07:50:09 +1000 Huawei U8150 Ideos Android phone under $200, Huawei's U8150 Ideos Android smartphone was just too good a price to resist; I'd been wanting an Android phone for a while, mostly for development, but also as a portable internet device. And at just 102g, it was lighter than my current Nokia - I had to have it. That was four months ago. So, how has it panned out?Wed, 07 Sep 2011 16:12:30 +1000