13 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 28th Apr 2014
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Argentina's Movistar is offering a buy one, get one free offer on some mobile phone purchases.
Belgium's Mobistar has signed an LTE roaming agreement with Orange covering Spain, France, Luxembourg and the UK.
Bulgaria's Globul says that it collected 4 tons of obsolete mobile phones, batteries and accessories in its retail network and directed it to recycling during 2013.
Chile's Telefonica has told local media that the company plans to spend USD600 million on upgrades this year.
Estonia's EMT says that it will switch on HD-Voice on its network within a month, making it the first in the country to offer the upgrade.
Germany's Telefonica O2 says it has cut the use of paper sheets for printing by nearly 70% since 2010.
Kenya's Orange has rolled out its 3G network service into Uasin Gishu County. The 3G network will initially cover Eldoret town and its environs, the Moi University locality and Iten.
Latvia's LMT says that its LTE network has now reached 50 percent of the population.
Lithuania's Tele2 has expanded its 3G coverage along the main motorway routes linking Kaunas, Klaipeda, and Vilnius.
Serbia's Telenor is offering free internet service for visitors to the Supernatural festival that runs until the end of September.
Spain's Orange has revamped its tariffs in a move it said was to make them easier to understand.
Tajikistan's Tcell has launched its LTE network in five cities, including the capital, Dunshabe.
Tanzania's Tigo has started offering free mobile data access to Facebook's mobile website.