11 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 12th Nov 2012
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Canada's Bell Mobility and Telus have both announced new tariffs offering unlimited voice and SMS allowances.
Haiti's Digicel has signed a network monitoring contract with Astellia.
Italy's Telecom Italia says that it expects to cover at least 40% of the population with LTE services by the end of next year.
Philippines Globe Telecom is to drop mobile data charges for selected Google service when accessed via an Android smartphone.
Montenegro's Telenro has launched LTE services in the four municipalities of Podgorica, Bar, Niksic and Cetinje.
Nepal Telecom is to launch its delayed WiMAX network this week.
Australia's Optus has launched a range of prepaid tariffs for its LTE network, which has been limited to contract customers so far.
Bahamas BTC has completed another stage in its network upgrade and can now offer automatic switching between GSM and LTE services.
Vodafone Qatar grew its customer base by 7% in the past three months to reach 936,300 customers as at 30 September 2012.
Romania's Orange is to offer international money transfers in its retail stores in cooperation with MoneyGram.
Iraq's Asiacell has announced a three year contract which will see the mobile network operator utilizing Ericsson's Charging & Billing in One system. Under the agreement, Ericsson will do systems integration and provide business transformation consultancy services.