12 Short Stories About the Mobile Networks
Published on: 10th Aug 2014
Chad based Tigo has started testing LTE services.
France's SFR suffered a network outage on the 24th July that left 3.8 million customers without service all morning. It has said it will offer compensation to them.
Israel's Cellcom has switched on its LTE network.
Jordan's Umniah Mobile says that its customer base reached 2.9 million at the end of June 2014.
Myanmar's Ooredoo has confirmed that it will launch its services in the third quarter, with coverage initially in Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon.
New Zealand's Vodafone says that it has won a 5-year supply contract from the national postal service.
Pakistan's Ufone has expanded its biometric verification system for new SIM cards to 200 cities.
Poland's Polkomtel (Plus) has revamped its website.
Poland's T-Mobile has started offering free Wi-Fi on trains running between Warsaw and Poznan.
UK's Vodafone says that it has run tests of VoLTE on a network at its head office.
UK based MVNO, Tesco Mobile is offering 4G services to customers for the same price as their existing 3G tariffs. It uses the O2 network for wholesale access.
Zimbawe's Econet Wireless is offering free access to Twitter's mobile website to its broadband subscribers.