16 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 25th Feb 2014
Slovakia's Orange has started accepting prepay account top ups sent via its Facbook page.
Cuba's state-owned monopoly mobile network, Etecsa has announced a temporary reduction in the cost of calls and texts to international numbers.
Poland's Orange has started sending low-credit warnings to prepay customer's whose balance falls below PLN5 (US$1.65).
Bolivia's Entel plans to launch its LTE network in April, the CEO has announced.
USA's Sprint is to preload Jibe Mobile's cloud based messaging plus app into the majority of Android smartphones it sells.
Armenia's VivaCell-MTS has deployed a mobile broadband acceleration solution from Teclo Networks to enhance the speed of the mobile internet for its subscribers.
Belgium's Belgacom has ordered a new MMSC from Jinny Software.
USA based CenturyLink has ordered a OSS/BSS solution from Ericsson.
Orange Poland has deployed Wi-Fi hotspots in Warsaw, based on equipment provided by Ruckus Wireless.
Morocco's Inwi is to deploy Flexenclosure's hybrid power solution eSite at 30 telecom sites across Morocco.
Sweden's TeliaSonera has selected a Customer Experience Management (CEM) solution from Ericsson.
Indonesia's Telkomsel is using small cells supplied by Cavium for its LTE deployment. The network launch is expected shortly.
Pan-Africa' Bharti Airtel has hired Mobileum (formerly Roamware) to analyise its roaming traffic to create customer profiles for marketing purposes.
Indonesia's Telkomsel has ordered an M2M management platform from Axeda.
USA's AT&T announced that it has launched LTE data roaming in 13 more countries, taking the total to 15 countries.
South Africa's MTN is deploying a customer care platform supplied by Flytxt.