11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 24th Jan 2014
USA's T Mobile has launched an own brand prepay credit card.
Bahrain's Batelco is offering Wi-Fi hotspots in local taxis, with the data backhaul over its mobile network.
Qatar's Ooredoo says that it has seen over 5,000 downloads of its own music and video streaming app in the month since it was launched.
Belgium's Base has added carrier billing support for purchases from the Windows Phone app store.
Honduras based Tigo has secured a 7-year extension to its operating license, that now expires in 2028.
Poland's Polkomtel says that its LTE coverage now reaches two-thirds of the population.
Norway's Telenor says it has started deploying mobile coverage in the Oslo underground railway.
Belarus' Life has announced that it is raising the cost of roaming from next month.
New Zealand's 2degrees has launched HD Voice across its 3G network.
Saudi Arabia's STC is offering prizes to prepay topup customers that include tickets to watch football matches in the UK and Spain.
Uruguay's Antel has signed an LTE roaming hub agreement with Aicent covering Latin America and the Caribbean.
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