10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 29th Aug 2013
Cameroon's Viettel has ordered IBM hardware to do something involving the handling of "ten terabytes of data" and to managing the company's billing and CRM systems.
Uganda's MTN has expanded its mobile money service to allow the payment of airline tickets sold by Kenya Airways.
France's SFR has launched its LTE network in the capital city, Paris.
Lebanon's Alfa suffered a serious network outage in the Arsal area.
Nigeria's Airtel is offering double valued top ups on a new tariff.
Sri Lanka's Dialog Axiata has launched a mobile point-of-sale service provided by Global Payments.
France's SFR has cut the cost of its 3GB mobile broadband tariff by 40% to EUR12 per month.
Russia's Beeline is offering free upgrades of older Huawei supplied modems for its subscribers in the Omsk Oblast.
Brazil's TIM has installed rainfall monitors on around 200 base stations to provide extreme weather warnings to the government.
Vietnam's Vinaphone is offering an unlimited data tariff for internet browsing via the Opera mobile web browser.