9 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 8th Jan 2014
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Lebanon's Touch has extended its network management contract with Zain until the end of March 2014.
USA based AT&T says that it will improve connectivity for products and applications that are powered by the Ericsson Connected Vehicle Cloud -- without saying what or when it would do the whatever it is doing.
Qatar's Ooredoo has upgraded its self-service machines so that Kahramaa payments are now applied to accounts immediately.
USA based AT&T says that its LTE now covers more than 270 million people.
USA based Sprint announced the availability of its higher speed network in Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio as well as Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Brazil's TIM has expanded its LTE network to an additional 15 cities.
Singapore's Singtel has launched a prepay tariff that offers unlimited mobile data access to the Facebook website.
Lithuania's Tele2 has lowered the retail price of its unlimited mobile tariffs.
Nigeria's Airtel says that its subscriber base has passed the 25 million mark. The company has been operating for 12 years.