13 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 28th Mar 2014
Burkina Faso's Airtel has applied to the regulator for a license to operate LTE services.
Greece's Wind Hellas is upgrading its OSS service with a platform supplied by Mycom.
Jersey Telecom has signed a residential Wi-Fi capacity sharing agreement with Fon.
Malaysia's Celcom is offering prizes to customers to transfer credit from one prepay account to another. Each transfer qualifies for one entry in the ballot.
Namibia's Telecom has expanded its HSPA+ coverage to the capital of Oshikoto region.
Nigeria's Airtel has apologised for network problems in the Abuja region, and said that it is working on a fix for them.
Nigeria's Glo Mobile has started offering medical advice via SMS.
Philippines Globe Telecom is offering a service that enables small businesses to accept credit card payments through their smartphone.
Romania's Vodafone is to launch its M-Pesa mobile money service on the 31st March according to local media reports citing a press initiation.
Russia's Rostelecom has started a NFC mobile payments trial in the city of Kazan with Mastercard.
Serbia's Telenor is offering unlimited on-net voice calls and SMS on selected prepay tariffs.
Spain's Vodafone is expanding its LTE coverage to 80 of the country's largest cities on the 1st April.
USA's Sprint has started offering MVNO services to Ciao Telecom.