11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 28th Nov 2012
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India's Bharti Airtel announced the launch of three new International Roaming Packs for post paid mobile customers travelling to USA offering up to 5 hours of free incoming calls.
Italy's Telecom Italia has launched a mobile money service based on a platform provided by Gemalto.
Swaziland's MTN is offering corporate customers a way of distributing centrally purchased airtime to mobile phones used by their staff.
Georgia's Geocell says that recent network problems that some customers have noticed has been due to ongoing upgrade works.
Russia's MegaFon has expanded its LTE service in the areas adjacent to Novosibirsk and the satellite cities of Berdsk and Iskitim.
Tajikistan's Tcell has restricted access to Facebook from its network - following receipt of a written, legal request by the regulatory body.
Indonesia's: XL Axiata has signed a mobile advertising contract with Sofialys.
Philippines based Smart has launched HD-Voice in Mega Manila, including the Bulacan and Rizal provinces, following an upgrade by Nokia Siemens Networks.
Qatar's Qtel has launched HD-Voice services across its network following a period of testing since June.
Luxembourg's Tango has been ordered to discontinue PrePay topups via Direct Debit from next year.
UK based EE has increased its LTE data download allowances by around 60%, with no rise in monthly fee.
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