12 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 17th Apr 2014
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Andorra Telecom has switched to an interconnect billing business as a managed service, supplied by Syniverse.
Belarus' MTS is opening a co-branded retail store in the capital city with Samsung.
Bolivia's Entel is deploying a Diameter Signaling Controller (DSC) supplied by Ulticom.
Cuba's state-owned monopoly mobile network is testing lower voice call tariffs in parts of the country.
Ecuador's Telefonica Movistar has outlined plans to upgrade its network coverage in the west of the country during this year.
Finland's Elisa has awarded a contract to Alcatel-Lucent for the an unspecified amount of network upgrades.
Ghana's Airtel has expanded its mobile money service to enable remittances through the national Post Office.
Guatemala's Telefonica Movistar has upgraded mobile phone coverage in a number of major tourist sites.
India's Bharti Airtel has launched a range of discounted services for calls made between midnight and 6am.
Netherlands KPN has been fined EUR14,000 for infractions of EU roaming regulations.
Ukraine's MTS says that over a million customers are making use of its parental control services for children's mobile phones.
Venezuela's Movistar has confirmed that its CDMA 2000 network was shut-down at the end of last month.