Operator News in Brief - 16th Jul 2012
UK based Everything Everywhere has joined a charity aimed at promoting access to the internet in the UK.
Armenia's Armentel has launched an unlimited mobile data tariff for a single daily fee.
China Mobile says that it has developed the first TD-SCDMA based phone supporting NFC technology.
Bulgaria's Mobitel has doubled the theoretical peak download speeds to 21Mbps across its entire network.
Hungary's T-Mobile has announced tariff rises averaging 6 percent to come into effect from this September.
China Mobile has started offering LTE roaming for its subscribers, through an IP eXchange (IPX) agreement with Aicent.
Vodafone Ghana has responded to media commentary following a fuss about cutting off the phone of a prominent politician, by pointing out that he had repeatedly failed to pay his phone bill.
USA's Sprint has expanded its LTE network to 15 cities surrounding the Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and San Antonio markets.
Bosnia-Herzegovina' M:tel is to start offering a discount to customers who opt to cancel their paper invoices in favour of an online option.
UAE based du has announced a new five year network managed services agreement with Huawei. Financial and staff transfer details (if any) were not disclosed.