12 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 27th Dec 2012
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Italy's Vodafone will switch on its LTE services in six additional cites this Friday.
Spain's Vodafone is boosting its phone coverage across the ski resorts in the Aragon region, but also shutting down its own mobile TV service due to a planned tax change by the government.
Vietnam's MobiFone has joined the Bridge Alliance, a collection of local mobile networks that offer preferential roaming rates to their customers.
Australia's Optus has expanded its LTE network to the city of Adelaide, with four base stations going live in the central business district.
India's Reliance Communications is offering unlimited usage of Facebook messenger across the country at a nominal fee of Rs.16 per month without paying any extra data charges.
Paraguay's Hola has outlined plans to launch LTE services in the Capital city over the Christmas holiday period.
India's Airtel has launched shared 3G data tariffs allowing the sharing of the download allowance amongst two other people, or three devices.
Georgia's Geocell is now offering a tariff with unlimited internet access via a USB modem.
Iran's Irancell has launched a "voice SMS" service that enables users to leave pre-recorded messages of up to 1 minute for a recipient to later listen to or download.
Oman's Omantel has enabled prepay top-ups via Bank Muscat's ATM cashpoint machines.
Indonesia's Axis is offering discounts on international phone calls to selected countries during the "holiday season".
Netherlands based KPN has started tests of its LTE network in the capital city, Amsterdam.
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