Operator News in Brief - 5th Jul 2012
Indonesia's Axis is offering a special tariff for its BlackBerry customers who are roaming in Saudi Arabia.
Russia's VimpelCom is to allow the cost of Google Play mobile apps and services to be charged directly to customer phone bills - starting later this year.
UAE's Etisalat is to enable customers to rollover their unused voice call allowance to the following month.
USA's Verizon Wireless is reported to have stopped subsidizing the cost of tablets and will henceforth sell them at full retail price.
Jamaica's Lime is now accepting prepay top-ups sent from Moneygram offices in the USA.
Bahrain's Batelco is providing free Wi-Fi for the Bahrain Public Relations Association (BPRA) headquarters in East Riffa.
Vodafone Ireland suffered intermitted problems on Thursday which affected voice and data services for some customers.
Bangladesh's Robi Axiata distributed relief materials for flood victims in different areas of Chittagong and Cox's Bazar on Sunday.
British Virgin Islands based Digicel has topped up all prepay accounts with $15 of free credit to be used over the weekend only. At the same time, rival network, CCT is offering free access to its Wi-Fi network.