9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 2nd Jul 2013
Chile's Claro has a target of signing up to 20 000 customers to its new LTE service by the end of this year.
UK based Three has revamped its prepay tariffs in a move the company said was aimed at simplifying the service.
Kenya's Orange has launched a range of new mobile data tariffs.
Pakistan's Mobilink is to scrap its secondary-brands and offer all its services under the Mobilink brand name.
UAE based Du has announced a deal to open Apple concessions within its retail stores.
Belarus' MTS has started supporting the European emergency phone number, 112.
Hungary's Magyar Telekom has launched HD-Voice across its entire network.
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom has selected Gemalto to secure its NFC payment program. It has also launched an MVNO in the USA based on the Sprint network.
UK's O2 has delayed its plans to offer inclusive Wi-Fi access on the London Underground railway until later this month.
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