15 short stories about the mobile networks
Published on: 7th Jul 2014
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Albania's Eagle Mobile is offering half price rental for three months to customers who migrate an existing phone number to its network.
Colombia's Avantel plans to launch its LTE network by the end of the third quarter of this year.
Colombia's Movistar suffered a network outage on the 2nd July following cable thefts in the capital city.
Costa Rica's Movistar has launched its LTE network.
Cuba's Etecsa plans to scrap a monthly charge of CUC5 for maintaining the validity of a mobile phone number.
Italy's Vodafone has launched an app that enables ADSL customers to use their smartphone as a landline handset.
Kyrgyzstan's Beeline is offering a tourist-friendly prepay tariff for visitors who want to avoid roaming charges.
Latvia's LMT is now permitting prepay subscribers to use its LTE network.
Serbia's cable operator SBB has launched its own Wi-Fi hotspot network, with coverage in 500 locations.
Serbia's Telenor has confirmed that it plans to refarm 900Mhz spectrum for use by its 3G network
Slovenia's Telekom Slovenije says that it had 100,000 customers on its LTE network at the end of June.
Spain's Orange plans to offer LTE coverage at the holiday resort of Ibiza this summer.
Sweden's Tele2 is facing enforcement action from the regulator over cuts to mobile termination rates.
Uganda's MTN is raising the charge for making a mobile money withdrawal to due a 10 percent tax being imposed by the government.
Zimbabwe's Econet is facing an investigation into allegations that it sent unsolicited text messages to its customers. $page_length='long'; ?>