13 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Japan's Softbank Mobile has selected to implement Ericsson's SSR 8000 family of Smart Services Routers as its main Evolved Packet Core (EPC) packet gateway node
Ghana's MTN has warned customers of billing disruption during a software upgrade that will take place over this weekend.
Uganda's Orange has launched an own-brand mobile phone that now supports the Luganda language, which is spoken by around 16 million people mainly in the south of the country.
Forsk announced it has completed new Atoll projects for TeliaSonera in Sweden and Denmark.
Saudi Arabia's Mobily has signed a M2M contract with Jasper Wireless.
Czech Republic's Telefonica O2 has raised the inclusive mobile data allowance in most of its tariffs, but also imposed a 30GB per month limit on its previously unlimited download tariff.
Antigua & Barbuda has launched a prepay option for its LTE network's domestic internet service.
France's Illiad has been ordered to pay EUR25 million to rival Bouygues Telecom, which in turn has been ordered to pay EUR5 million to Illiad - both stemming from a dispute over marketing claims.
Kyrgyzstan's Kyrgyztelecom says that it's Wi-Fi service is now available nationwide, offering downloads of up to 256kbps for free or up to 1Mbps with a payment.
Australia's Telstra has launched a loyalty programme that offers social and leisure benefits for customers.
Malaysia's Digi is offering free access to the Twitter website on smartphones equipped with the Opera mobile browser.
Denmark's TeliaSonera has launched LTE roaming for customers visiting Sweden. It says it is the first LTE roaming deal in Europe.
India's Vodafone has deployed network monitoring software supplied by Mycom.