9 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 31st Jan 2014
USA based AT T is offering all its customers a US$100 credit for each new service they add to their LTE account.
Australia's Vodafone has announced (via an exceptionally strange blog post) that over a million devices are now accessing its LTE network.
Russia's Megafon says that it has expanded its LTE network to 50 regions nationwide.
Germany's Vodafone is seeking 600 voluntary redundancies from its employees -- roughly 5.7 percent of the workforce.
Canada's Wind Mobile has scrapped roaming charges for customers visiting the USA, subject to paying for a roaming add-on.
Luxembourg's Tango has warned customers of possible mobile internet disruption during ongoing upgrade works.
Greece's Vodafone is offering free airtime and text messages to customers in the earthquake hit islands of Cephalonia and Ithaca.
South Africa's MTN has signed an access agreement with Johannesburg's electricity distributor, City Power, for access to street poles for its wireless antennas.
UK based MVNO, Tesco Mobile has dropped the premium it charged for access to LTE services. The MVNO operates over the O2 network.
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