The COMUNICANO for Thursday February 23 2017

    FEBRUARY 23 – ISSUE #29     Getting Quoted…and getting quoted regularly are two different things. So far this year I’ve been quoted three times. Last year over 40. Like the number of exits Comunicano has been involved in, now 42, this isn’t luck, chance or accidental. It’s all about having insight, perspective … Read more

Voxox Makes an Acquisition

San Diego's own Voxox has acquired has international calling service PokeTALK from E Mobile, Inc As part of the deal PokeTALK will transfer its technology, intellectual property, and partnership agreements with Datawind, Digital Delivery Networks, Inc. (DDNI), Expansys, Hewlett Packard (HP), Lenovo, Medion, and Samsung Electronics to Voxox. Personally I've never tried PokeTalk but like so many VoIP … Read more

Let’s Turn Five Dollars into $300 or More

This image shows a red wine glass. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Census Bureau map of Little Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Yesterday I was doing some wine touring in the Woodinville Washington area with two very dear friends who like me, share a very deep passion for wine, and as wine professionals, we … Read more

Starbucks Needs T-Mobile Again

Over the last few months I've been watching as the WiFi speeds in the local Starbucks keep going from slow to slower. Today with one other person connected, the speeds were as slow as I have seen in my area in a very, very long time. As someone who has been using the Starbucks Hotspots … Read more

Another Railway With WiFi

Image by LA Wad via Flickr It seems in Germany some of the ICE trains also have WiFi too. Just like the Acela's on the east coast here in the USA and a few of the Pacific Surfliner trains that run along the California coast between San Diego and Santa Barbara. Having used these in the … Read more

VoxOx Launches Something Borrowed, Something New

Image via Wikipedia Pal Bruce Bigelow of XConomy has a solid recap of VoxOx's VoxOx Call launch that happened yesterday. VoxOx, which was funded by my neighbor-for the sake of transparency, is part of Telcentris, a San Diego based CLEC with a focus on international calling and are hoping to cut into that pie, the … Read more