11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 21st May 2014
Afghanistan's Afghan Telecom has expanded its 3G coverage to four more provinces.
Armenia's Orange says that it has received just under 4,5000 MNP requests since the service launched on the 1st April.
Bangladesh's Airtel has signed a contract to provide Link3 Technologies with voice and bulk messaging services.
Bosnia's M:tel is now offering free mobile data access to the mobile-optimised versions of Twitter and Facebook.
Brazil's Oi has launched a prepay package that is aimed at foreign tourists visiting the country during the forthcoming World Cup sporting event.
France's SFR is offering subscriptions to the Napster music streaming service for EUR0.99 per week.
Japan's NTT DoCoMo has signed a reseller agreement for Good Technologies mobile security services.
Kyrgyzstan's Beeline has started offering free mobile data access to the mobile-optimised version of the Wikipedia website.
Russia's Scartel has imposed speed limits on known content download sites delivered by torrenting platforms.
Slovakia's Telefonica O2 is to change its trade name to O2 Slovakia from next month.
Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) has launched its own Wi-Fi hotspot network, although the company's exceptionally verbose announcement lacked any practical details about the network.