9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Qatar's Ooredoo has halved the price of four of its most popular mobile data tariffs.
Kenya's Orange is offering cheap calls to the USA, Canada, China, India and the UK.
Bahrain's Batelco is offering its LTE service as a backup internet connection in case of failures of local landlines.
Tanzania's Vodacom says that it has fixed a problem that blocked M-Pesa mobile money transfers between accounts.
South Africa's Telkom Mobile has launched a 2-year contract that offers unlimited voice and text messages, and "on-net data".
Tanzania's Tigo has outlined plans to deploy just over 200 new base stations during its 2013 financial year.
Armenia's Orange has expanded its HSPA+ network to the city of Ararat, the fifth to be upgraded to the 42Mbps capacity network.
UK based EE has launched a mobile app that allows customers to manage their mobile accounts with the network operator.
A Nepal Telecom employee was slightly injured when vandals set a company van on fire while he was still in it.