14 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 14th Jun 2014
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Angola's Unitel says that it has signed up its 10 millionth customer.
Aruba's Digicel is to make roaming facilities automatically available to its prepay customers. Before they had to request the roaming bar to be removed manually.
Bangladesh's Banglalink has launched their "3g experience activation" -- which appears to be demonstrations of its 3G network.
Belize's DigiCell has launched PrePaid voice roaming
Canada's Rogers has announced that it will spend C$450 million over the next three years to expand its network coverage into rural areas across British Columbia.
Chile's Telefonica has awarded a BSS upgrade contract to Amdocs.
Egypt's Etisalat Misr is deploying a 400G router developed by Huawei, as core nodes for the national IP backbone network (IPBB) in Egypt.
Greenland's Tele-Post has warned customers of disruptions on the evening of 16th June due to network upgrade work.
India's RCom is to scrap national roaming fees for its business customers.
Kuwait's Wataniya Telecom has adopted the Ooredoo brand, joining networks in Qatar, Algeria, the Maldives, Myanmar, and Tunisia.
Lithuania's Omnitel has started reselling the premium service from music streaming provider, Spotify.
Peru's Telefonica has awarded a BSS upgrade contract to Amdocs.
Turkey's Turkcell is deploying small cells supplied by NEC to improve indoor coverage.
UK's O2 has revamped its SIM-only tariffs for LTE subscribers who have an existing 4G phone. $page_length='long'; ?>