14 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 29th Jun 2014
Albania's Vodafone has launched a roaming bundle that offers prepackaged allowances valid for 10 days.
Bangladesh's Grameenphone has raised the cost of buying a SIM Card following a rise in the tax on SIM cards imposed by the government.
Barbados based Flow is deploying Wi-Fi hotspots on local bus stops.
Brazil's Telecel is using iBasis to provide LTE roaming support for customers visiting Brazil. The roaming is with Telecel's parent's own local subsidiary, Claro.
Cape Verde and Sao Tome & Principe based Unitel T+ has ordered a ringback tone service from Jinny Software.
France's Bouygues Telecom has increased the spectrum allocated to LTE services on its 1800Mhz network from 10Mhz to 15Mhz in 13 cities.
Guyana's Digicel is to permit contract customers to pay their monthly invoices in cash at its retail stores.
India's Bharti Airtel has launched its LTE services in Kolkata.
Isle of Man based Manx Telecom says that it will launch its LTE services "this summer".
Kenya's Airtel is offering 25 percent airtime bonuses to prepay customers topping up with more than KES50 using its own mobile money service.
Kuwait's Viva has launched LTE roaming with its parent shareholder's network in Saudi Arabia, STC.
Kuwait's Zain tested VoLTE calls using Nokia equipment, according to a detail-light statement from Nokia.
Kyrgyzstan's Megacom has launched a new tariff aimed at its mobile TV user base.
UK based EE has completed a migration to a new national IP/MPLS core network with routers supplied by Juniper Networks.