11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 22nd Apr 2013
Malaysia's DiGi Telecommunications has announced its partnership with global music streaming service Deezer.
South Africa's Vodacom has deployed a change and fault management platform supplied by Ontology Systems.
Bahrain's Zain has launched its LTE network, with infrastructure supplied by Ericsson.
USA based Sprint announced the availability of its LTE network to customers in 21 more markets.
China Telecom has signed a deal to resell its phones and services through the local Amazon website.
Lithuania's Tele2 is offering payments by monthly installments for prepay customers buying a new mobile phone.
India's Reliance Jio Infocomm has been allocated phone numbers to start early trials of its new mobile broadband voice service.
Bangladesh's Robi is being censured by the telecoms regulator over a promotional campaign that broke regulations by offering material prizes instead of free airtime.
Channel Islands based Jersey Telecom has barred international call forwarding following a spate of fraud problems with the service.
Azerbaijan's Azercell is offering free mobile data access to the Twitter website until the middle of October.
Ugandan MVNO, K2 Telecom has finally signed an interconnection agreement with MTN allowing calls between the two networks.
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