11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 29th Dec 2013
Armenia's VivaCell now offers an SMS alert for prepay subscribers informing them of their account balance.
Mexico's Nextel has announced a deal to start selling HTC smartphones.
Slovakia's Slovak Telekom says that its LTE coverage now reaches 20 percent of the population.
Lithuania's Omnitel has announced the delivery of 14 trucks worth of equipment from Huawei for its 3G and 4G network upgrades.
Russia's MTS says that it added 10,000 base stations to its network during 2013, expanding its capacity by 13 percent.
Maldives based Wataniya has rebranded under its parent company's brandname, Ooredoo.
UAE's Du is offering a multi-SIM package allowing up to five devices to be connected to one phone number and one tariff.
Azerbaijan's Bakcell has made it easier for its premium customers to activate roaming on their accounts by use of a USSD menu.
Saudi Arabia's Mobily will offer unlimited mobile data access to the Facebook service while customers are roaming in 70 countries for a flat fee of SAR 5 per day
China Unicom had chosen Huawei's AtomCell small cell solution to improve mobile network coverage in the city of Harbin
Kazakhstan's Kcell will not charge for mobile data costs when customers visit the Twitter mobile website.
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