New Internationational tariff plans, roaming discounts by Mobitel

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Mobitel, the mobile operator working under the Beeline brand has recently launched its new ‘International Tariff’. All calls to the US and Canada cost GEL 0.05 per minute under the tariff, the rate of calls to CIS countries is GEL 0.20 per minute, calls to Asian, European states, as well as to neighboring Arzerbaijan, are being offered for GEL 0.30 per minute. On-net calls …

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Mobitel launches mobile MBA (Sri Lanka)

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Mobitel, a leading Sri Lankan mobile service provider has come together with Scotland’s Edinburgh Napier University to launch the first of its kind mobile MBA for aspiring Sri Lankan executives. This new MBA programme allows students to follow lectures in an interactive virtual classroom and will be delivered via Mobitel’s mLearning platform. The online degree will be on par with …

EditorMobitel launches mobile MBA (Sri Lanka)

Mobitel launches Nokia C5-03 in Slovenia

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Mobitel has launched Nokia C5-03 on its network. The smartphone is available in two colors, white aluminum and black aluminum, along with various two-year packages at prices ranging between US$1.40 and US$139.39 or without any contractual obligation at US$308.35. The handset is based on the latest Symbian OS. It features a 3.2″ screen with a resolution of 360 x 640 pixels. The touchscreen is …

EditorMobitel launches Nokia C5-03 in Slovenia

Sri Lanka telecom to increase CAPEX

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Sri Lanka’s largest fixed access provider, Sri Lanka Telecom has stated that it is increasing capital expenditure which had flagged during a recent downturn to modernize its network, build broadband capacity and expand into former war torn areas. According to Chief Executive Greg Young, declining depreciation was indicating that its network was ageing, signaling need to accelerate modernization to meet …

EditorSri Lanka telecom to increase CAPEX

Telekom Slovenia 9-month profit down by 83%

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­­Telekom Slovenia Group has reported its first nine months results and as per them the company’s revenues declined by 1% to US$842.16 million. The net profit of the company dropped to US$8.73 million from US$50.26. The operating revenue in Telekom Slovenia and Mobitel, dropped by 4% in this period, and remained level in other Slovenian companies. In Kosovo and Macedonia, …

EditorTelekom Slovenia 9-month profit down by 83%

Mobitel Given time to abide by Mobile Banking Regulations

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Mobitel, Cambodian mobile network operator, has been given time until February to ensure its mobile money service abiding by the Central Bank regulations. The mobile network is required to search for a partner with a local bank to support the mobile money transfer service. The Central Bank issued a ruling in August that it must oversee credit remittances – which …

EditorMobitel Given time to abide by Mobile Banking Regulations

Mobitel inks Refinancing Deal with Chinese Banks (Cambodia)

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Cambodia’s Mobitel has signed a deal with Chinese banks to refinance US$591 million of debt, which will enable, The Royal Group, the parent company to refinance a US$421 million loan used to buy out a majority stake in Mobitel from Millicom International last year. The Bank of China acted as the main lender. According to Mark Hanna, chief financial officer …

EditorMobitel inks Refinancing Deal with Chinese Banks (Cambodia)

Mobitel Launches WiMAX Network in Nigeria

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Mobitel, Nigerian WiMAX license holder, has launched its network after investing US$70 million on rolling out its initial coverage in the city of Lagos. The company intends to spend around US$350 million over the next two years expanding its network, which is also being designed with an upgrade route to LTE in the future. According to the Chief Executive Officer …

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Cambodian Network notified Over Mobile Money Service

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­The National Bank of Cambodia has warned that it will take action after local mobile network; Mobitel launched a mobile banking service without applying for permission from the Central Bank. The Central Bank had issued a ruling in August that it must oversee credit payments – which includes the money transfer services provided by mobile networks. According to reports, Mobitel’s …

EditorCambodian Network notified Over Mobile Money Service