12 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 2nd Mar 2014
India's Vodafone is planning to expand its mobile money service M Pesa to the south of the country within the next couple of months.
Greece's Vodafone, in partnership with Visa Europe and First Data, has launched a test of a contactless payment services.
Armenia's VivaCell is to start accepting utility bill payments in its retail stores.
Netherlands's KPN has secured a court victory against customers who were seeking compensation following a change to tariffs in 2008.
Spain's Yoigo is to offer smartphones on a leasing agreement where customers hire the handset for two years and return it at the end of the contract.
Italy's Vodafone has carried out its first LTE-A trials, hitting 250Mbps in the city of Naples.
Brazil's Oi has ordered a Signaling Delivery Controller (SDC) to support LTE Diameter signaling from F5 Network.
Netherlands T-Mobile has ordered as Session Border Controller (SBC) for IP Voice Interconnect from Mavenir Systems.
Indonesia's Indosat is to offer football based mobile content to its subscribers for free. The content is being provided by Singapore based Novosol.
Armenia's Orange is lifting the mobile data download speed cap on selected tariffs.
South Africa's Cell C has launched a tariff offering cheaper phone calls to 5 preselected phone numbers.
Denmark's Telia has started refarming some of its GSM spectrum for use by its LTE network.