11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 31st Mar 2014
Bahrain's Viva has launched HD Voice across its network making it the first in the country to offer the service.
Belgium's Proximus is offering a "Daily Travel Passport" which offers roaming within the EU for EUR2 per day.
Chile's Entel has launched its 2.6Ghz based LTE network.
Denmark's Telia says that its 4G mobile data traffic has now overtaken that consumed by its 3G customer base.
Grenada's Digicel has won a vehicle tracking contract from the government.
Hungary's Magyar Telekom has announced that its LTE coverage will be extended to the Budapest underground railway.
Ireland's Vodafone is embarking on a recruitment drive to appoint 113 people across its business in all areas.
Romania's Orange is to hire around 300 new staff during the remainder of this year for its retail stores and customer care teams.
Saudi Arabia's Mobily has signed a reseller agreement to offer Cisco equipment to its corporate customers.
South Sudan's MTN has opened a customer service centre at Nimule, the main border crossing point with Uganda.
Spain's Telefonica Movistar is accelerating its LTE rollout to cover 60% of the population by the end of this year.