10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Philippines based Smart Communications says that it will be the exclusive network provider of a mobile banking and loading program for members of the Philippine National Police.
Brazil's Oi has outlined plans to spend BRL 1 billion (US$493 million) deploying a 4G network in the country by 2015.
Jordan's Zain has launched a Bill Shock prevention service powered by a platform supplied by Globitel.
MTS India is to start offering free voice calls for Android users, funded by video adverts sent to their smartphone.
South Africa's Cell C has launched a mobile data tariff that offers customers cheaper data to use from midnight until 6am daily.
Argentina's Movistar has launched a dual-number service that provides two phone numbers on a single SIM card. The service was provided by Movius Interactive as part of a broader contract with Telefonica.
Estonia's Tele2 says that it plans to launch LTE services in November, having upgraded 150 base stations in the capital city.
USA based AT&T has given a boost to Nokia after it announced that it would add the company's Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 to its Windows Phone 8 portfolio.
South Korea's KT has launched LTE roaming with Singapore's MobileOne.
Luxembourg's Tango has launched its LTE network, with coverage of 60% of the population.