10 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 23rd Mar 2014
Poland's Orange has signed a deal with mBank to set up a mobile retail bank joint venture.
Australia's Vodafone has switched on its LTE network in Tasmania following several weeks of trials.
Tajikistan's Beeline has launched a new mobile internet tariff offering 1GB of download allowance.
Armenia's Beeline has scrapped the expiry date on funds transfered between prepay accounts.
Spain's Orange has started LTE-A trials in the city of Valencia.
France's Bouygues Telecom is offering corporate users 1GB of mobile data and unlimited calls/sms for EUR10 per day when roaming.
Switzerland's Orange has had problems with its recently upgraded IT systems that reportedly are locking customers out of their online accounts.
Portugal's Meo (Portugal Telecom) has reduced the cost of calling overseas numbers for a number of countries in Europe, Americas and South Africa.
Slovenia's Telekom Slovenije says that its LTE network now covers 60% of the population.
Guinea's MTN has indicated that the network will launch its 3G service by the end of this year.