11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 7th Apr 2013
Netherlands based T Mobile says that it wont be charging a premium for access to its LTE network.
Romania's Vodafone is now supporting payment of public transport tickets in Bucharest via SMS.
Australia's Optus has revamped its SIM-only tariffs and will offer bonuses to users.
Azerbaijan's Bakcell has warned that 3rd-party resellers are adding unathorised charges to data cards that it sells.
Romania's Orange has expanded its LTE service to include smartphones after initially limiting it to dongles and tablets.
Sweden's Three has expanded its 3G network coverage using 900Mhz spectrum.
USA based AT&T has increased the number of API functions it makes available to mobile app developers for advertising and speech services.
Philippines based Smart says that it has opened a new R&D facility at its head office.
Mexico's Iusacell, has signed an agreement to use Vantrix's video and web optimization for its network.
France's Bouygues Telecom has been granted permission by the regulator to refarm some of its 1800Mhz spectrum for use by LTE services from this October.
Czech Republic's T-Mobile has launched carrier billing to pay for purchase of credits for Facebook games via an internet browser on a mobile phone.
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