10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 13th Feb 2013
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India's Vodafone has launched a service allowing contract customers to transfer some of their airtime allowance to prepay customers.
Ukraine's Kyvistar says that it added nearly 475,000 new customers in December following the launch of new tariffs.
UAE's Du has signed a training programme contract with the British University of Dubai (BUiD) covering project management.
Jordan's Umniah has launched a smartphone app that offers free access to medical information from the Mayo Clinic.
Uganda's MTN has commissioned its fibre network at Katuna Border in Kabale district - marking the first terrestrial link to Rwanda.
Indonesia's Axis has launched carrier billing for PrePay customers making mobile content purchases.
Estonia's EMT is offering a dual invoice facility for company account holders that want to allow users to add personal services to their phone.
Egypt's Etisalat Misr says that it has extended its supply contract with Huawei. No technical details were given.
Lebanon's Alfa is holding public demos of its forthcoming LTE service until the middle of next week. The company has already upgraded 20 base stations for the launch and plans 20 more.
Kuwait's Zain is upgrading its microwave backhaul network with equipment supplied by Aviat Networks.
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