12 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 10th Mar 2014
USA's T Mobile is offering customers more LTE data and tethering and unlimited international texting at no extra charge.
Hungary's Vodafone has launched a tablet-only mobile data tariff offering 3GB of mobile data allowance.
Ghana's Airtel has upgraded its mobile money service which it says makes it easier to use.
Poland's Orange has signed a deal with the Warsaw public transport authority to sell prepay top-ups through their transport ticket machines.
Denmark's Telia is to provide free Wi-Fi services at the national stadium, Copenhagen's Parken, for the next 7 years.
Costa Rica's Claro has started rolling out its LTE network.
Switzerland's Orange suffered a network problem posting numbers over the previous weekend.
Saudi Arabia's Mobily is to offer M2M services provided by Jasper Wireless.
Czech Republic MVNO, CEZ says that it has signed up 50,000 over the past 5 months.
UK MVNO, GiffGaff is planning to start offering LTE services shortly, although a specific data has not been confirmed.
UAE's Du is offering a free smartphone with tablets purchased by corporate customers.
Bahrain's Batelco is offering double-credit for voice calls to on-net lines with selected prepay top-ups