12 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
New Zealand's Telecom has relaunched a free calls to local mobile and landlines for its prepay customers.
USA based AT&T is hiring 165 new jobs in South Florida in retail, technician and customer service roles.
India's Vodafone has announced an 80% cut in its mobile data rates for GSM prepay customers.
Guam's GTA is offering discounted roaming for travellers to the USA for a fixed monthly fee.
China Telecom has launched a dual-language smartphone that will support the Tibetan language. The handset is supplied by Huawei.
Bahrain's Batelco has started offering a video over LTE service for security cameras.
Brazil's Nextel (NII Holdings) plans to launch LTE services in some cities next year, starting with Rio de Janeiro.
Oman's Nawras was refused permission by the regulator to raise the rates on its youth oriented Shababia tariff.
Ghana's MTN has launched a "Magic Voice" service that distorts the callers voice to make it sounds like a funny character.
Suriname's Digicel has started its 4G network deployment, with a launch expected in the first half of next year.
Australia's Optus has launched its new range of fixed broadband bundles that include what it says are truly unlimited options.
Chad's Tigo offered three minutes of free voice calls to customers affected a network outage that lasted several hours.