10 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 5th Nov 2012
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UK's Telefonica O2 is expanding its Wi Fi network to the chain of hairdressers, Toni&Guy.
Australia's Optus has expanded its Wi-Fi netwok to 40 Qantas lounges in airports across the country.
Uganda's MTN has has launched a multi-million dollar Data and Switching Centre in Mutundwe, just outside Kampala city centre.
UK based MVNO, Virgin Mobile has launched two new tariffs offering unlimited sms and mobile data allowances.
Canada's Rogers Wireless inaugurated its mobile payments service, which is initially limited to two NFC enabled BlackBerry smartphones.
Nigeria's Bharti Airtel announced the appointment of Segun Ogunsanya as its new CEO, replacing Rajan Swaroop, who remains as a non-executive director.
New Zealand's Vodafone is to start sending warnings to roaming customers when they reach 80% of their mobile data allowance to prevent bill shock.
Germany's O2 has launched an own-brand credit card, supplied by Barclaycard.
Australia's Telstra has boosted capacity of its LTE network for the week-long Melbourne Cup horse racing event in Melbourne.
Belgium's Belgacom says that its mobile network subsidiary, Proximus has launched the country's first LTE network with coverage in 8 cities.