13 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 8th Jun 2014
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Azerbaijan's Azercell has launched a new mobile internet tariff offering 50MB of download allowance for AZN0.25 per day.
Cuba's Etecsa has suffered ongoing network congestion problems following the recent launch of a mobile email facility.
Estonia's Tele2 has started deploying its LTE-A network upgrade in a number of cities. It recently secured additional 2.1Ghz spectrum for the deployment.
Ghana's Vodafone has restored services after a nationwide network outage, which affected its landline and mobile platforms.
Lithuania's Omnitel says that its LTE coverage now reaches 50% of the population.
Qatar's Vodafone has formally launched its LTE network to consumers.
Romania's Orange has expanded its LTE coverage to reach the entire of the Black Sea resorts.
Rwanda's MTN is offering free mobile data access to the Wikipedia mobile website.
Saudi Arabia's (STC) has joined the Bridge Alliance.
Slovenia's Telekom Slovenije has launched LTE services using its 800Mhz spectrum.
Spain's Orange has doubled its LTE mobile data download allowances at no extra cost to consumers.
UK's Three has scrapped roaming charges for customers visiting France, Switzerland, Israel, Finland and Norway.
USA's Alaska Communications has revamped its tariffs to a model closer to that offered by T-Mobile's so-called uncarrier service.