11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 12th Mar 2014
Pakistan's Telenor says that it has completed a network modenisation programme that saw 7 500 base stations upgraded.
Germany's Vodafone has started a major upgrade of its network in Berlin, which will boost the mobile data speeds to 42Mbps.
Germany's Deutsche Telekom has signed an LTE peering agreement with iBasis.
Poland's Orange has enabled LTE services for iPhone handsets on its network.
Colombia's Tigo says that it expects 4G coverage to reach 40 cities by the middle of this year.
Netherlands KPN has announced plans to test live television broadcasts over its LTE network for selected customers.
Algeria's Mobilis has been accused of ignoring customer complaints about faulty 3G dongles. A report by Agence Ecofin said that some customers had been manhandle by security guards when complaining.
New Zealand's Telecom is to introduce a separate charge for customers who want to receive paper invoices.
Norway's NetCom has announced plans to expand 4G coverage to a number of ski resorts.
Saudi Arabia's STC has added support for carrier billing to purchases from the BlackBerry World app store.
Russia's Beeline has launched its LTE network in St Petersburg.