Operator News in Brief - 18th Jun 2012
Sri Lanka's Dialog Axiata has launched a mobile money service in cooperation with the Hatton National Bank.
Canada's Mobilicity has announced plans to upgrade its 3G network to HSPA+ later this year, offering theoretical peak download rates of up to 21 Mbps.
Lebanon's Alfa has signed a contract with Astellia for network QoS monitoring.
UK based MVNO, Lycamobile has opened up its services in Ireland for the first time.
Jamaica based Lime has lowered its tariffs in a move the company described as "historic".
Malaysia's U Mobile has offered a free Wi-Fi service to a hospital, using its HSPA+ network for the backhaul connectivity.
Belgium's Mobistar says that it has already put measures in place to deal with a rise in complaints, recently reported by the regulator to have rise by 15% in 2011.
USA based AT&T has launched a human based language translation facility based on a service provided by Language Line Services.
Brazil's Oi will run a trial LTE network during the forthcoming Rio+20 conference on Sustainable Development.
Finland's DNA has ordered a customer care IVR platform from Tecnotree