15 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Japan's Softbank Mobile is to use Intelsat satellites for backhaul capacity in the southern islands of the country.
South Africa's Vodacom is launched a range of new tariffs that include unlimited voice calls and texts, and increased mobile data allowances.
Brazil's Vivo is using HP's Mobile Subscriber Activation Solution to automate the tasks required to configure and activate a service across platforms, network elements and application servers.
Kyrgyzstan's MegaCom has said that it will hold its tariffs at their current levels despite an increase in sales taxes by the government.
Denmark's Telia has launched new tariffs with the same voice and SMS volumes, but variable mobile data allowances.
UK based EE has warned customers that their contract phone bills will be increased by 3.3% due to inflation impacts.
South Africa's 8ta has revamped its prepay tariffs and scrapped peal/offpeak rates in favour of a single all-day rate for voice calls.
France based SFR is preparing to close 150 retail stores as part of a cost-cutting program, local news media reported.
China Mobile plans to expand its TD-LTE enabled 4G network to at least 100 cities by the end of this year.
Finland's Elisa has launched LTE services in three more localities.
Egypt's Mobinil and Etisalat are facing prosecution for not filing statistics with the Competition Protection Agency when requested to do so.
Mexico's Telcel is to resell mobile anti-virus software from NQ Mobile.
Kenay's Airtel is offering low cost voice calls, with the lower rate kicking in after the third minute of each phone call.
Germany's Deutsche Telekom says that it is revamping its brand image, but retaining the core existing features.
Lebanon's Touch has ordered an Integrated Network Management Solution from Nokia Siemens Networks.