10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 13th Jan 2014
Canada's SaskTel says that it has completed network upgrades for a further 22 LTE base stations across the province.
Germany's Deutsche Telekom has started offering free Wi-Fi services in Nuremberg airport.
Nigeria's MTN has denied reports that it has raised the cost of its prepay services, blaming the apparent rise on unauthorised charges added by scratch-card resellers.
Poland's Orange has started a trial of public transport ticketing by NFC mobile payments in Krakow.
India's Vodafone has started selling what it says is India's fastest 3G USB Dongle with data transfer speed up to 21.1 Mbps.
Pakistan's Zong is offering special offers for mobile internet access, but only to customers living in four specified cities.
Botswana's Orange has named Philippe Baudin as its new CEO, replacing Elisabeth Meduo-Badang who is moving to the company's operations in Cameroon.
El Salvador's Digicel has outlined plans to invest US$45 million in network upgrades this year.
Lithuania's Tele2 says that -- according to the regulator -- it's GSM network has the widest geographic coverage compared to its rivals.
Kazakhstan's Kcell is offering free mobile data access to the Twitter website.
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