Operator News in Brief - 28th Jun 2012
Finland's DNA has ordered a Customer Experience Management (CEM) platform from Ericsson.
Vodafone India has launched a roaming tariff that offers discounts of up to 60% against the headline rate for voice calls as well as mobile data and SMS traffic.
Vodafone Australia reported outages affecting large parts of its 3G network for most of Tuesday morning.
UK based Everything Everywhere has started its first customer LTE trial in the North of England.
Netherlands based KPN has contracted Huawei to upgrade its BSS platform.
Thailand's Dtac has launched a Wi-Fi roaming service provided by iPass.
Telecom New Zealand has launched its own mobile music app for Android smartphones, based on a platform provided by Livewire Mobile.
Bangladesh's Grameenphone has been ordered to explain its redundancy plans to the telecoms regulator.
Austria based Hutchison 3G has expanded an existing network monitoring contract with Astellia to cover the network core.
O2 UK has appointed a new agency to overhaul its online operations including its main website.