11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 29th Jan 2014
Sierra Leone's Africell has announced that it has 2.25 million active subscribers and expects to have over 3 million by year end.
USA based Sprint has expanded the availability of LTE service in 40 more markets nationwide -- for a total of 340 markets spanning the country.
Hong Kong's Three suffered a network outage on the 22nd between 10pm to midnight, caused by the malfunction of a network switch device.
Palestine's Wataniya has secured a roaming agreement with Jordan's Umniah.
USA's Verizon Wireless has joined the New York transit wireless scheme brining its wireless coverage to 35 underground railway stations.
South Africa's MTN has extended an existing mobile internet offer that was due to expire this weekend to the end of March.
Russia's Vimpelcom expects that its LTE coverage will reach 50 percent of the population by the end of 2015.
Bosnia's BH Telecom has denied media reports that it manipulated the election of the CD Personality of the Year.
Jordan's Umniah says that its mobile subscriber base reached 2.7 million at the end of last year.
USA's Sprint has awarded a contract to BroadSoft to deliver IMS and Voice Over LTE services.
Austria's A1 has deployed LTE in the 800Mhz spectrum at 200 rural locations.
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