10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 20th Dec 2013
Pakistan's Zong has opened a new customer care centre in Islamabad.
Singapore's SingTel has announced a carrier billing agreement with Boku.
Ireland's Eircom is scrapping roaming charges to the USA and the European Union from 1st January, but only for its business customers.
Israel's Pelephone has secured a wages agreement with its workers committee after a year of negotiations.
Liberia's Cellcom has expanded its HSPA+ coverage to rural areas. The company markets the service as a 4G one though.
Sweden's Tele2 has formed a partnership with India's Wipro to provide business customers with M2M services.
Hong Kong's SmarTone announced that it will complete the extension of its 4G coverage to all of the MTR's lines by the end of this week.
Croatia's Vipnet has started trials of NFC based mobile payments, with employees enrolled into the tests.
Lithuania's Omnitel will now accept calls to the European emergency phone number, 112 from inactive or SIM-less phones.
Philippines based Smart Communications says that its 4G coverage has reached 85% of the population.