11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 13th Feb 2014
Russia's Megafon has confirmed that it is offering LTE roaming in Sochi for the Winter Olympics. It is also raising roaming rates across Europe.
Philippines based Globe Telecom has enabled LTE services for all its contract customers on their Tattoo tariffs.
Russia's Beeline has added a new sports channel, Sport 1 to its mobile television service.
Saudi Arabia based STC is reported in local media to have launched an LTE-A upgrade to its network.
Zimbabwe's Econet Wireless says that it has registered 3.5 million subscribers on its mobile money service, and is targeting 8 million by the end of this year.
Bahrain's Menatelecom has announced the launch of its LTE network, although the service is currently limited to business customers.
Zambia's Airtel is offering free life insurance to customers who top up their prepay accounts with at least ZMK10 per month.
Australia's Vodafone has launched its LTE network in the capital city, Canberra.
Philippines based Globe Telecom says that it has opened up its location based advertising platform to small businesses.
Saudi Arabia's STC is
deploying testing Huawei's Penta-band Antennas to see if they can boost the
performance of its LTE TDD and LTE FDD network.
France's Orange and Visa Europe announced the launch of Orange Cash in Caen and Strasbourg, two of the cities with the highest use of contactless payments in France.
Updated 21st Feb to correct Saudi Telecom story
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