12 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Serbia's Telenor customer care is to be handled from its Hungarian subsidiary following the opening of a new customer care centre.
Thailand's TOT has taken over the customer base of MVNO, 365 Communications after it declined to renew its wholesale agreement with the mobile network.
Israel's Golan Telecom is seeking an extension in its exemption that allows it to install base stations without seeking planning permission.
Bahrain's Batelco has upgraded its LTE network to support theoretical peak download speeds of 150Mbps.
Australian MVNO, Virgin Mobile has expanded its use of CSG Singleview to improve the customer experience and meet changing regulatory standards.
UK based EE has expanded its LTE coverage to 12 more towns, taking it to a total of 117 towns and cities across the UK.
Lithuania's Omnitel can now locate a caller to the emergency services, even in handsets without a SIM Card.
Italy's Telecom Italia has raised the cost of its basic mobile internet tariffs when accessed over the legacy WAP interface.
Azerbaijan's Bakcell is offering bonus voice call allowances to Manchester United football supporters living in the country.
UK's Vodafone is launching LTE coverage in Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham and Sheffield, with LTE services in Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester by the end of October.
Russia's MTS announced completion of the first stage of its Samsung supplied LTE network in the Pskov region
Sweden's Telia has announced that it will completely phase out payphones in 2015. The company currently has 1,200 left, down from 44,000 in the 1980s.