12 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 17th Mar 2014
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Nigeria's MTN has announced an expanded managed services agreement with Aviat Networks.
France's SFR has been granted a LTE trials license for 1800Mhz and 2.6Ghz bands in Reunion.
Australia's Virgin Mobile is offering double data on all Virgin Mobile $60 and $90 plans until Sunday 11 May 2014.
Papua New Guinea's Telikom has launched a self-service customer care app that works on Android smartphones.
French MVNO Auchan Telecom has launched LTE services. The company uses the SFR network for its services.
Australia's Optus suffered a network outage on Thursday evening that lasted about 4 hours, that affected prepay and MVNO customers.
Uruguay's Antel has issued a software update for iPhone users enabling them to access its LTE network.
South Africa's MTN is letting subscribers resell airtime an earn a 5% commission on sales.
Serbia's Telenor has launched a new tariff aimed at very heavy mobile data users.
Moldova's Moldcell is offering discounts for on-net text messages and MMS.
Saudi Arabia's STC says that it has "strengthened its technical solutions" to improve indoor phone coverage.
Kenya's Safaricom is reportedly testing NFC-enabled SIM Cards for its M-Pesa mobile money service.