9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 9th Jan 2013
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Kuwait's Zain has awarded a contract to Middle East Telecommunications Company (METCO) to implement its Ciena based LTE Carrier Ethernet backhaul architecture.
USA's AT&T has selected Ericsson to provide testing and verification for devices within its Global SIM Program.
Jordan's Zain has ordered a 3G monitoring solution from Astellia.
South Korea's KT Corp has filed a complaint against rival network LG U+, claiming that it broke a regulatory suspension on signing up new customers imposed earlier this month.
Kenya's Orange has partnered with PesaPal - an e-commerce payment platform provider - to enable its customers to top up their prepay accounts via a website.
Finland's Sonera is making 34 staff redundant following employer-employee negotiations on restructuring efforts.
T-Mobile USA has launched HD Voice across its entire network.
Nigeria's Etisalat has signed a sixth network expansion contract with Alcatel-Lucent. No details were provided.
Estonia's EMT is to impose a EUR1 fee each time a customer visits one of its retail stores to top-up their prepay account. All other prepay topup methods remain free of charge.
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