15 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 19th Mar 2014
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Saudi Arabia's STC has enabled carrier billing for BlackBerry World app purchases through a service provided by Bango.
UK based Three is introducing a 2GB per month cap on its mobile broadband tariffs for new customers, when used for tethering purposes.
France's Bouygues Telecom says that it has expanded its LTE network to 69% of the population, which it says is the largest in the country.
Qatar's Vodafone Qatar has signed a vehicle tracking solutions supply agreement with IT service provider Advanced Technologies and Solutions.
France based MVNO, Joe Mobile has added LTE support to its services. The company buys wholesale capacity from SFR.
Bahrain's Zain has warned of possible prepay network disruption this week as it upgrades its billing platform.
Australia's Vodafone is simplifying its roaming tariffs and will charge a flat rate of AUD1 per minute, or per 1MB of data for over 200 countries.
Nepal's Ncell has launched a service under which its prepaid subscribers can transfer their main balance to another number.
Pakistan's Zong is offering a second voice number on the same SIM card to enable users to separate personal and business calls.
Russia's MTS has launched its LTE services in the city of Yekaterinburg.
Ukraine's Kyivstar says that it is still providing services in Crimea and treating it as part of Ukraine at the moment.
Jordan's Zain says that it now has over a million followers on its Facebook page.
Uganda Telecom has warned that it will perform upgrades to its mobile banking service in a couple of weeks time.
Belgium's Belgacom is deploying a JDSU supplied platform to optimise its networks.
Oman's Nawras says that it has deployed HSPA+ coverage along the Batinah coastline. $page_length='long'; ?>