10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 7th Feb 2014
Azerbaijan's Nar Mobile has launched a flat rate tariff for international calls to a range of countries.
Slovakia's Telefonica O2 is offering unlimited voice calls to a preset on-net number for EUR3 per month.
Fiji's Vodafone says that it has signed up 6,000 customers to its LTE network since it launched in December.
Canada's Videotron says that it has signed up 500,000 customers to its "4G" network over the past three years. The network is actually HSPA+ based, not LTE.
Greece's OTE has signed a Wi-Fi router sharing agreement with Fon.
Kenya's Orange has introduced new permanent SMS bundles that will allow prepay subscribers to purchase daily, weekly and monthly SMS bundles.
Netherlands Tele2 has awarded a mobile backhaul contract to Eurofiber.
Russia's Rostelecom has launched its LTE network in Sochi just in time for the Winter Olympics.
Sweden's TeliaSonera has launched LTE roaming with its subsidiary networks in Norway, Denmark and Estonia.
UK's EE says that it saw increased LTE data usage during this week's London transport strike.
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