Downtown at the HiSAM
One of the most popular downtown Honolulu lunch spots. Visit www.slowdowntown.com for menu and hours and follow chef/owner Ed Kenney on Twitter (@edstown).
Posted by @nathankam via Oceanic Mobile
Mobile Internet speeds just got even faster! Here at Oceanic Time Warner Cable, your 4G download speeds have increased from 6 Mbps to 10 Mbps at no additional cost! With speeds up to 5 times faster than 3G, Oceanic Mobile 4G customers can download and stream media, share photos and videos online, surf the Web or e-mail at blazing-fast speeds, all over a secure Internet connection, anytime and anywhere!
- 4G is next-generation mobile broadband technology that offers the fastest mobile Internet speeds available.
- 4G refers to the fourth generation of wireless and is a successor to 3G and 2G standards.
- With its broader bandwidth capability, data and streamed multimedia, 4G provides a much faster speed compared to previous generations.
- Time Warner Cable is the only provider to offer a truly unlimited 4G Mobile Internet service plan – at a great price!
- Actual speeds may vary based on individual circumstances or conditions.
Don’t have Oceanic Mobile yet? Visit ordermobile.oceanic.com to place your order today!
Oceanic Time Warner Cable Mobile is proud to announce the release of a completely redesigned Connection Manager for Windows customers.* Rebuilt from the ground up, the new Connection Manager gives you maximum control over all of your device’s wireless connections with the click of a mouse. To install the new software, follow the 3 easy steps below:
- Download the new software to the computer you would like to update, from here.
- Uninstall the current version of the Connection Manager software (you may be required to reboot your computer).
- Install the new software you just downloaded.
That’s it! Now you can manage your wireless connections, track your usage, control your auto-connecting and auto-launching options, and set your roaming rules, all with ease!
* Connection Manager 2.0 is not compatible with the Franklin Wireless CMU-300 device and is currently only available for Windows 7, Vista (SP2), and XP (SP3) users.
Hilton San Francisco Airport
Watching the 2011 NBA All-Star Game online in my hotel room!
Posted by @turkeyboy808 via Oceanic Mobile
Hawaii Prince Hotel (Waikiki)
Up and running at the PATA/TTRA “2011 Outlook: Back in Black” conference.
Posted by @nathankam via Road Runner Mobile
Serving up incredible authentic Mexican fare out of a truck! Located on Mokihana Street in Kapahulu. Tell Paul and Ian that Nate sent you.
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Posted by @nathankam via Road Runner Mobile
by Nathan Kam
When my friend Ed Sugimoto asked if I’d be interested in test driving Oceanic’s Mobile internet service on its 4G network, my immediate response was “I’d love to, but I’m a long time Hawaiian Telcom DSL customer. Can I do that?” He confidently reassured me that it would be fine, that he’d appreciated my feedback on the experience, and that I’d probably enjoy the mobility of the service. So I graciously accepted this free trial and challenged Ed to hit me with his best shot.
Well, in just 24 hours of using the mobile internet service at various locations around Honolulu, I have to say I’m really liking the experience. So much so, that I wrote this blog post on my MacBook Pro from my car in the Magic Island/Ala Moana Beach Park parking lot today (see photo above).
In the few hours I’ve been playing around with Oceanic Mobile, here’s the things I’m like so far:
- IT’S FAST! The 4G connectivity is really quick. Streaming from Hulu and watching YouTube videos is no problem. Surfing the web and posting blogs is efficient and fast.
- IT’S CONVENIENT! The fact that you’re always connected to the internet is pretty awesome. I love my iPhone and the web experience available there. But being able to fire up your laptop and get to work wherever you may be is pretty awesome. I can get used to this.
- SOLID COVERAGE! Okay, so I’ve only used it at about four locations around Honolulu so far, but the connectivity has been great. I’ve had no issues getting on the 4G network from downtown Honolulu, Nico’s at Pier 38, Ala Wai Golf Course, and here at Magic Island.
I plan to do a more comprehensive wrap-up once my trial is over. For now, you can follow Oceanic’s andhere.com blog to see where I’m using the service and where other testers like me are staying connected.
Finally, a quick question to you. Are you using any mobile internet services? If so, which one and how do you like them?
Posted by @nathankam.
Topa Tower (Downtown Honolulu)
Road Runner Mobile Hawaii
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Sears Automotive (Windward Mall)
It’s great being online while waiting for car servicing!
Posted by @geewhy via Road Runner Mobile
Social Media leader Nathan Kam (@nathankam) joins in on the AndHere party using our Franklin U301 device. Follow him for the next several weeks as he posts his adventures to this site!
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