14 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 21st Jan 2014
Bulgaria's Mtel says that it will start to resell headphones for mobile phones manufactured by Bose.
Brazil's Nextel has expanded its 3G coverage to four more cities, Curitiba, Brasilia, Goiania and Recife.
Dominican Republic based Orange has launched a mobile payments service in cooperation with Banco Popular
Costa Rica's Telefonica Movistar has confirmed plans to launch LTE services during the first half of this year.
Russia's MTS says that it has completed the migration of its 3G network in Murmansk to an all-IP platform.
Saudi Arabia's Zain says that 4G mobile data traffic now exceeds traffic on its 3G network in the main cities.
Bahrain's Viva has added support for payments through the government's own eGA online payments portal.
USA based AT&T has revamped how it handles upgrades for customers still in their initial 2-year contract.
Sri Lanka's Dialog has ordered an M2M management platform from Ericsson.
Switzerland's Sunrise has renewed its partnership agreement with Telefonica for another two years.
Jordan's Zain is providing free Wi-Fi access to visitors and staff based at the King Hussein Business Park (KHBP).
USA based Verizon Wireless is to provide the network connectivity for Hyundai's in-car telematics services.
Vietnam's MobiFone says that it has completed a network upgrade ahead of the Tet lunar new year celebrations.
Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) has demonstrated a fixed wireless LTE network which the company aims to deploy into rural areas.