11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 4th Feb 2014
Lebanon's Alfas is offering a music streaming service provided by Anghami priced at $1 per month for 150MB of 3G music streaming.
Norway's Tele2 has announced that it will drop the premium charge for using its LTE network from 1st May.
Japan's NTT DoCoMo has announced that it will offer LTE roaming service to AT&T subscribers when they travel in Japan, beginning February 4.
Qatar's Ooredoo has announced that it was scrapping the premium charged for accessing its LTE network.
Senegal's Tigo is preparing to offer free Wi-Fi on public transport buses in Dakar.
Finland's Sonera says that Apple's iPhone 5S has retained the top place as its best selling smartphone in January.
Belgium's Mobistar is reported in local news media to be planning the outsourcing of around 200 IT staff positions.
Czech Republic's T-Mobile is offering a dual-SIM tariff that enables a single mobile data allowance to be shared between two devices.
Singapore's Singtel is to support carrier billing services supplied by Mopay.
Spain's Orange has won the MVNO hosting contract for Ocean, which currently uses the Telefonica network.
Brazil's Oi has started accepting prepay account top-ups through its Facebook page.
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