9 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 23rd Jan 2013
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Germany's O2 is offering unlimited games downloads for EUR5 per month from EA Games.
Georgia's Magticom says that it has won the tender to supply mobile services to the government.
Estonia's EMT says that it has deployed its 300th LTE enabled base station.
Indonesia's Axis has launched HD-Voice capability on its network for compatible handsets.
UK based EE is relying on Gemalto's SIM and embedded software for its LTE network, Gemalto has only now revealed.
Estonia's EMT has started offering static-IP addresses for LTE users who want them - primarily useful for M2M and VPN applications.
Jamaica's Lime has started to pass on a Special Telephone Call Tax (STCT) to its customers, six months after the government implemented it.
Oman's Nawras has signed a new financing agreement worth USD182 million with a five-year tenure, for capital expenditure and working capital requirements.
Uzbekistan's Ucell is halving the admin fee it charges customers who want to change their phone tariff with effect from this week.