9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 8th Dec 2013
Russia's Megafon is revampin g its roaming rates with effect from later this month.
Ireland's Three is offering free mobile internet access in rural areas to selected customers in association with a government body.
Estonia's EMT has warned customers using phones sold more than a decade ago that mobile internet settings will need to be changed if they are to continue to work.
Bahrain's Zain in collaboration with Ericsson, announced the commercial launch of its LTE network
Armenia's Orange has been allocated additional 3G radio spectrum by the regulator.
India's Videocon Telecom has halved its outgoing roaming rates.
Uzbekistan's Ucell is offering a message per day in English as part of a learning programme with the British Council.
Peru's Claro plans to deploy its forthcoming LTE network using the 1900Mhz spectrum bands.
Brazil's Vivo says that it roaming customer base has tripled over the past year -- since it introduced fixed rates for roaming calls.
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