11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 10th Feb 2013
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Ghana's MTN has expanded its network management contract with Aviat Networks to include base station repairs.
Malaysia's Maxis has ordered 300 rural base stations from Altobridge.
Argentina's Telecom Personal has selected CommProve's network monitoring software.
Russia's Rostelecom has upgraded the network of its Akos subsidary to HSPA+ in the Primorye Oblast.
Sweden's Three says that it has expanded its network into Älmhult and Osby by deploying 3G services in the 900Mhz spectrum bands.
India's Aircel is to start offering mobile banking services for customers of the ICIBI Bank and Visa.
UK's EE announced that LTE1800 will be switched on in a further 27 towns across the country by June 2013, expanding coverage to more than 65 UK towns and cities in total.
South Korea's KT has launched an unlimited download allowance tariff for its LTE service.
Bulgaria's Mtel has launched a SIM-only postpaid tariff that comes with no long-term contract commitment.
Poland's Plus has completed the first phase of its LTE deployment, and now covers 50% of the population - or about 20 million potential customers.
Canada's Rogers Communications announced it will soon launch a new, more affordable, roaming rate for customers travelling to the USA.
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