9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 13th May 2013
Kuwait's Zain is to bundle the iPass Wi Fi roaming service with all iOS and Android phones.
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom is to start trials of mobile payments services, and will test both QR Codes and NFC based services.
Hungary's Telenor is to support the disaster preparedness and response activities of the Hungarian Red Cross as a key strategic partner
Kuwait's Zain has deployed Nokia Siemens Networks' Customer Experience Management (CEM) platform.
Serbia's Vip says that it has upgraded its network around Novi Sad over the past three weeks, but warned of possible network disruption over the next few weeks as works continue.
Indonesia's Axis has launched its own Android mobile app and mobile content store.
Qatar's Vodafone is offering unlimited calls to mobile and landline numbers within the country for three months to new contract customers.
Tanzania's Tigo has launched a HSPA+ upgrade to its network, which it is branding as a 3.5G service, although a local newspaper reported it as a 4G service.
Latvia's LMT has launched a data-only LTE network in several major cities.
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