9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 3rd Jan 2014
Jordan's Zain has opened its latest call center which is located at the Vocational Training Corporation in Tafilah governorate.
India's Bharti Airtel is offering free mobile data access to the Facebook service, which has also been localised into 9 regional languages.
Lebanon's Alfa has extended its network management contract with Orascom Telecom until March 31st 2014.
Qatar's Vodafone announced that Postpaid Mobile Broadband customers will have up to QR500 off over the next five months.
UAE's Etisalat has issued a tender for the supply of 3G small cells to improve its indoor coverage.
Maldives Ooredoo says that its 3G+ coverage has expanded to 178 islands, representing 84% of the population.
Slovenia's Tusmobil has started offering an e-billing option that replaces the current paper based monthly bills.
Peru's Telefonica Movistar has launched its LTE network, with coverage initially available in the capital city, Lima.
Tonga' TCC is reported by local media to have launched a 3G network. The company has not itself issued any statement about it yet though.
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