9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 20th Nov 2012
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Brazil based Algar Telecom (previously CTBC) has selected Radcom to provide mobile network monitoring services.
Germany's O2 Business has revised its mobile tariff plans for roaming and phone calls abroad.
Moldova's Orange has launched its LTE services, with coverage initially available in the centre of the capital city, Chisinau.
Montenegro's T-Mobile claims that its mobile internet service is the best in the country, based on tests comparing rival networks performance.
Italy's Hutchison 3G has awarded a LTE network monitoring contract to Aircom International.
UK based EE has launched SIM-only deals for its recently launched LTE network.
Qatar's Vodafone has ordered a routing optimisation platform from i-conX solutions.
Uganda's MTN has re-launched MTN Zone with discounts of up to 99% and a minimum guaranteed discount of 5% on MTN calls.
Vodafone Australia has outlined plans to launch NFC based mobile payments services, in cooperation with Visa from next year.
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