Telecoms news from Moldova
Orange Moldova has been granted a temporary GSM license lasting 20 months to replace its existing license that is due to expire this coming Thursday. ...more.
The total number of mobile accounts in Moldova has exceeded 4 million, according to statistics collected by the telecoms regulator. However, the number of active accounts is lower, at 3.47 million. ...more.
Moldova's Moldcell has launched LTE based 4G services for the very first time in the country, just a few weeks after being granted a license by the regulator. ...more.
Moldova's Moldcell says that it has been awarded a 4G license by the telecoms regulator. ...more.
Moldova's telecoms regulator has announced the planned launch of mobile number portability service on May 1, 2013 and the launch of fixed number portability -- on July 31, 2013. ...more.
From today, Orange customers in Romania and Moldova will be able to make HD-voice calls between the two countries. ...more.
Moldova's telecoms regulator, ANRCETI has announced that it is handing out 4G licenses to each of the country's three incumbent mobile networks. ...more.
The current sales director at Moldova based Moldcell, Mr. Barkin Secen has been promoted to the position of CEO from next month. ...more.
The mobile subscriber penetration rate in Moldova exceeded 100% last year, the telecoms regulator has announced. ...more.
Moldova's telecoms regulator has outlined the plans to launch Mobile Number Portability in the country ...more.
Moldova's telecoms regulator, Anrceti has announced plans to implement mobile number portability in 2012, in for fixed networks in 2013. ...more.
Data provided by Moldova's ANRCETI on the development of the mobile sector in nine months of 2010 show that the industry has overcome the recession of 2009 and has returned to the growing tendency attested in the previous years. ...more.
Moldova's telecoms regulator, Anrceti has issued a notice to Moldtelecom to comply with regulations requiring proof of identification from all new 3G subscribers ...more.
Moldova's telecoms regulator, the National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) has agreed to suspend the operator license held by Eventis Mobile for a further two months. ...more.
Moldova's telecoms regulator, ANRCETI has suspended Eventis Mobile's mobile operator license for the next two-months pending a spate of customer complaints. ...more.
Moldova's mobile telecoms market has seen a 3.24% rise in revenues over the past nine months compared to a year ago, reports the local telecoms regulator. ...more.
Orange Moldova has upgraded the voice sound quality on its network to support the WB-AMR codex. This is the second step in Orange's high-definition (HD) voice strategy, following on from the launch of a high-definition voice service for VoIP calls in 2006. ...more.
The social network came in handy after mobile phone networks went down and cable news television stations went off air on Tuesday as 10,000 people protested what they say were rigged elections. ...more.
A report from the Moldovan telecoms regulator, Anrceti has said that in 2008, the number of fixed subscribers increased, compared to 2007, by 346,900 or by 3.2%, coming up 1.114 million. This is the lowest rate of increase in the recent years. ...more.
Modovan mobile operator, Moldcell has commercially launched its 3G network. The company started construction of its 3G network in June, although it was not actually granted a license until earlier this month. ...more.