11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 4th Apr 2014
Bulgaria's Vivacom has halved the cost of some of its mobile data tariffs in a promotional offer.
Canada's Wind Mobile says that it has signed up its 700,000th customer.
Madagascar's Orange is offering free Wi-Fi at its prepay top-up outlets.
Netherlands Telfort has launched its LTE network, several days later than originally planned after identifying a problem with some Samsung handsets.
Liberia's Cellcom has launched a self-care website for its subscribers.
Portugal's Meo has launched a free app that links retailer loyalty cards and discounts into a single service.
Romania's Vodafone has increased the theoretical peak download speed on its LTE network to 150Mbps.
Russia's Vimpelcom has installed public payphones in some its retail stores offering free on-net calls to other Vimpelcom mobile phones.
South Korea's SK Telecom is to introduce three different LTE data plans that will offer unlimited mobile data downloads.
UK based MVNO, Lycamobile has added support for LTE services.
Zimbabwe's Econet Wireless is now offering microloans to users of its mobile money service, capped at $500.