Operator News in Brief - 7th May 2012
Published on: 7th May 2012
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Italy's Wind Telecomunicazioni has a new CEO Maximo Ibarra.
Hong Kong's Hutchison Telecom has launched its LTE network
The UK's T-Mobile is to start reselling the Orange branded home broadband service. Both companies are owned by the same UK holding company, Everything Everywhere.
Croatia's HT Mostar has signed a network expansion contract with Ericsson Nikola Tesla.
Belarus based Velcom says that its HSPA+ network was expanded by an additional 23 towns during March.
UAE based Etisalat has confirmed that it plans to launch its LTE network in the third-quarter of this year.
India's Bharti Airtel has launched its 4G services in India's IT hub - Bangalore.
Vodafone Egypt is offering mobile data roaming at the same rate as domestic tariffs when customers roam onto Vodafone networks overseas.
New Zealand's 2Degrees has launched a shared mobile data tariff that lets the same allowance to be shared across multiple devices - such as a smartphone and USB modem.
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