10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 28th Apr 2013
Bosnia's m tel has started offering free Wi Fi access in a small number of hotspots around the city of Banja Luka.
Egypt's Etisalat Misr has started selling an own brand smartphone -- the Etisalat E-20 with Intel Inside, which it says is the first such model to go on sale in the region.
India's Vodafone has launched a new national roaming plan for its pre-paid customers.
Egypt's Mobinil has ordered a policy manager platform from Openet.
Kenya's Yu is offering a 200% bonus airtime on any topup done via its mobile money service.
Oman based Omantel has enabled international credit transfers to local prepay accounts.
Malaysia's Celcom Axiata has launched its LTE network, with coverage initially available in selected hotspots.
Brazil's Oi has launches its LTE service in Rio de Janeiro.
Nepal Telecom has pledged to improve network quality by October and will replace half its Kathmandu Valley base stations within 2 months to address customer complaints.
Spain's Vodafone has bought the naming rights to a Madrid railway station. The Sol metro station is to be renamed Sol Vodafone.
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