10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 27th Mar 2013
Spain's Telefonica has revamped its mobile tariffs to simplify their structure.
France's SFR is offering unlimited evening calls and text messages to 100 numbers for registered prepay customers. The company also expanded its LTE network to Marseille.
Tanzania's Vodacom has linked up its M-Pesa service to the Diamond Trust Bank to allow mobile banking cash withdrawals from the banks ATMs.
Malaysia's Digi is offering customers 100 minutes of free voice calls over the Skype network. It appears to be a one-off offer.
UK based Three expects to launch its LTE services towards the end of this year.
India's Idea Cellular has soft launched a Wi-Fi service in 5 cities -- Ahmedabad, Cochin, Pune, Hyderabad, and Vizag.
Kazakhstan's Kcell is now offering automatic top-ups of prepay accounts direct from bank accounts.
Qatar's Ooredoo has launched two new daily Mobile Internet Packs for Hala customers, offering 10 MB for QR1 per day or 50MB for QR 4 per day.
Luxembourg's Tango has launched an LTE network supplied by Nokia Siemens Networks.
UK based EE says that it will be the first UK mobile network to support BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, BlackBerry's enterprise mobility management solution.
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