10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 24th Jan 2013
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Israel's Pelephone has signed a handset recycling agreement with UK based Redeem.
Indonesia's Axis has expanded its flat-rate roaming rate for BlackBerry users to 25 countries.
Spanish MVNO, Hits Mobile has signed-up with Tweakker to provide Over-the-Air (OTA) settings and enhance its mobile internet service.
USA based US Cellular has signed a carrier billing agreement with the mobile payments provider, Boku.
Pakistan's Warid Telecom is offering a facility for contract customers to transfer funds to other prepay accounts.
Tanzania's Airtel has lowered the cost of on-net voice calls by 70% - although the lower rate only kicks in after the second minute of a phone call.
Czech Republic's T-Mobile has revamped its portfolio of services and is introducing a new generation of data plans and bundles, offering download allowances of between 150MB to 30GB.
South Korea's KT is deploying Tekelec's Policy Server (PCRF) for its LTE and 3G networks.
Uganda's MTN has opened up its Wi-Fi hotspots to customers of other mobile networks.
Ghana's Vodafone suffered network outages in the Madina-Adenta area following what was described as a massive copper cable theft.
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