10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 15th Feb 2013
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Tajikistan's MegaFon has started offering a mobile content back up service.
Poland's Polkomtel has been fined PLN4.5 million after the competition regulator said that a recent advertising campaign had been misleading.
Bulgaria's Mtel has signed a 5-year managed services contract with Amdocs covering data center, disaster recovery and business support systems operations.
Finland's Sonera is to block third-party SMS services following customer complaints about unexpected items on their phone bills.
Austria's A1 says that its LTE network now reaches 80% of the population. Deployment started in October 2010.
Gibraltar's Gibtelecom has ordered a transaction management software platform from Cerillion.
Malta's Vodafone says that it will invest EUR59 million in the island country over the next five years, an increase on the EUR55 million it spent over the past five years,
UK's O2 has repaired a "crossed lines" fault that resulted in callers being able to hear private conversations taking place between other users.
Paraguay based Personal has launched an LTE network covering the capital city and surrounding areas. The company has committed US$20 million to the upgrade.
Tajikistan's MegaFon has started offering a mobile content back-up service.
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