9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 20th May 2013
Jamaica's Lime is running an advertising campaign warning of the dangers of driving while using a mobile phone.
Qatar's Ooredoo has trained 20 of its retail staff to use sign language when dealing with customers who have hearing difficulties.
Haiti's Digicel has launched a HSPA+ upgrade on its network, offering average download speeds of 3Mbps.
Armenia's VivaCell has launched an unlimited mobile internet tariff with a fixed fee.
USA's Verizon Wireless has raised the mobile data allowance on its prepay tariffs.
Bosnia and Herzegovina's BH Telecom has signed an MVNO agreement with the landline network, Aneks.
Slovakia's Orange has enabled HD-Voice on its network, as part of a Group wide effort by Orange to deploy the upgrade.
India's MTS has shown off a dual-SIM phone that can work on both its CDMA and GSM networks.
Belarus' MTS says that its 3G subscriber base has passed the one million mark.
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