10 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 1st Apr 2014
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Bangladesh's Grameenphone has expanded its 3G network to all 64 district headquarters and 7 divisional towns.
Bahrain's Menatelecom is offering bonuses to its prepay LTE customers when they top up their accounts.
Netherlands based KPN says that it has completed its LTE network rollout, with 95% of the population covered.
Japan's KDDI says that its Smart Pass customer base has reached 10 million subscribers. The service offers unlimited apps, photo storage and discounts.
Kyrgyzstan's Megafon has applied a minimum prepay balance of KGS200 before customers can make use of roaming services.
Romania's Orange is upgrading its LTE network to support theoretical peak download speeds of 150Mbps from the 7th April.
Singapore's M1 is offering free local calls and text messages every Sunday through the month of April.
South Africa's MTN is launching a new tariff offering unlimited voice, sms and data for ZAR 1,699 per month.
Spain's Gowex says that it is deploying a municipal Wi-Fi network in Meco, one of the main municipalities in the Northeast of Province of Madrid.
UK based MVNO, Lomo Mobile launched its services. The company is targetting the African community based in the UK.