11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Russia's MegaFon has expanded its LTE network to the capital of Tatarstan, Kazan, making it the 8th city the network has covered with LTE services.
Saudi Arabia's Mobily is offering discounts of up to 80% on call costs when roaming amongst the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.
Bahrain's Batelco has announced its gold sponsorship of Telecom World Middle East 2012, which is taking place in Dubai in October.
Orange UK and Barclaycard announced plans to launch the first Android smartphone compatible with their Quick Tap contactless payments service
UK based MVNO, Virgin Mobile has announced a range of lower priced tariffs offering unlimited data and SMS for £17 per month.
Australia's Optus has launched its LTE network, with coverage initially in Sydney, Perth and Newcastle and rolling out in Melbourne on 15th September 2012.
New Zealand based wireless ISP, Wireless Nation has installed a trial base station in the hilly terrain of Chatham Island.
India's Bharti Airtel has launched a mobile app that gives customers access to their account details instead of via a mobile website.
T-Mobile Czech Republic has expanded its HSPA+42 network to cover Brno after 191 base stations in the South Moravian metropolis and neighbouring municipalities were upgraded.
Armenia's MTS has expanded its free service that lets prepay users send a message to a recipient to call them back - to send "call me" messages to subscribers of other networks.
Telefonica Germany has revised its business tariff, which is now available in four different sizes: S, M, L and XL. These each include flat rates for calls to all German networks and for data transfers.