11 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 15th Jul 2014
Cameroon's Orange is calling for its GSM license to be amended to permit the use of 3G technologies.
Cook Islands Telecom says that a promotional offer earlier this month saw mobile data traffic jump 10-fold over normal traffic levels.
Cyprus based Cytamobile-Vodafone has extended the opening hours of its customer service desks to midnight.
Ghana's Vodafone has been allowed to resume sales following a regulatory ban that was imposed after a serious network outage.
Jordan's Zain has expanded its free wi-fi coverage to include more tourist locations.
Russian WiMAX network opertator, Enforta has launched services in the Crimea region, which is still disputed territory with Ukraine.
Russia's Beeline has launched an anti-spam platform for its messaging services, based on a service provided by Cloudmark.
South Africa's Cell C has ordered a network monitoring tool from CommProve.
UAE's Etisalat says that 95 percent of its customers have registered their SIM cards ahead of a 16th July deadline.
UK's Three was censured by an advertising watchdog for misleading claims over its free phone calls offer.
UK based Royal Mail is planning to launch its own MVNO over the EE mobile network.