12 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 18th Dec 2013
Australia's Telstra has switched on its 3 500th 4G base station expanding its 4G coverage to 85 percent of the population.
Spain's Vodafone has expanded its LTE network to the city of Las Palmas on the Canary Islands.
Tanzania's Vodacom has expanded its mobile money service to enable payments at the Uchumi supermarket chain.
Zain has selected WeDo Technologies' RAID revenue solution software for its operations in Kuwait, Jordan and Iraq.
Norway's Telenor says that its LTE network now covers more than half the country's population.
Singapore's MobileOne has signed a music streaming service with Deezer.
Fiji's Vodafone says that it has signed up over 4-thousand customers to its new LTE service, launched just a two weeks ago.
Bangladesh's Grameenphone has started offering free mobile data access to the Wikipedia website.
Bulgaria's Globul says that its HSPA+ coverage has been expanded to 47% of its network -- which covers around 60% of the country's population.
Swiss mobile network Orange has awarded a 5-year contract to iGATE to upgrade its IT infrastructure and rationalize its vendor landscape.
Armenia's VivaCell-MTS recently installed another 60 base stations - half GSM and half for 3G services.
Iran based Irancell says that the number of cities covered by its WiMAX network has now reached 38.