Other Novelties of Movistar MWC 2010

MWC this year brought other small developments related to the operators that we had yet to mention but if it is worth mentioning. Today it is the turn to Movistar:

As already announced Vodafone and Orange, Telefónica also wanted to show its commitment to the deployment of mobile broadband and will invest some 900 million euros until 2012, the deployment of ultra-fast networks in Andalusia (from optical fiber and 3G).

Telefónica also pledged to enhance its r & d Centre in Granada to contribute that Andalusia is at the forefront of the global ICT sector internationally.


The e-readers or e-book readers with internet access It was another bets submitted by Movistar MWC just a day after Vodafone announced that it was the first Spanish operator to offer eBooks through its applications store.

But the proposal of Movistar goes further and announces that next to these devices as that you see in the image, also will launch a service of distribution and marketing of digital content (magazines, newspapers and books, among other publications) thanks to the agreements reached with the National Library and the Spanish company Publidisa or its collaboration with Telefónica Learning Services that aims to facilitate the formation.

Movistar Haiku

Haiku It’s a service very similar to Twitter which allows you to incorporate the microservices capabilities of the mobile location, images, music, recordings, etc. It is best that Haiku can be managed only with the phone immediately, anywhere and allows you to interact with messages in real time, as well as to make payments.

The only thing necessary to enjoy Haiku is download the open application although time Telefónica is going to carry out a pilot test only with some clients in 2010 and your cost will only be generated for data traffic.