MTS Belarus starts promotion for MTS Smart tariff line

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Mobile operator MTS Belarus has introduced a promotion aimed at new subscribers of its MTS Smart and MTS Smart+ tariffs. The operator has launched 2 bundles of calls to all Belarusian networks, with 750 minutes and 1,500 minutes, respectively, instead of bundles of on-net calls. The monthly subscription rate under the MTS Smart+ tariff will be reduced from BYR 139,000 to …

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Maxis sees Q4 profit decline (Malaysia)

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Malaysian communications provider Maxis saw its fourth-quarter profit drop 10.1% to MYR 419 million from MYR 466 million in the year-ago period. Revenues were up 2.8% quarter-on-quarter to MYR 2.12 billion as mobile revenues fell to MYR 1.99 billion from MYR 2.02 in the fourth quarter of 2013. Enterprise fixed revenues grew to MYR 68 million from MYR 61 million, …

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Swisscom grows FY revenues 2.4%, sees weaker 2015

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Swisscom saw its net revenue increase by 2.4% in 2014 to CHF 11.703 billion. Adjusted for acquisitions, at constant exchange rates and excluding Fastweb’s hubbing business, revenue increased by CHF 218 million or 1.9%, of which CHF 128 million was attributable to the Swiss business. Price erosion and the impact of lower roaming rates was more than offset by customer …

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Slovak regulator awards frequencies in 3.6-3.8 GHz band

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Slovak regulator RU announced the successful bidders in the auction for frequencies in the 3.6-3.8 GHz. They are Benestra, O2 Slovakia and Swan. All frequency blocks subject to the auction were awarded. The total fees for the frequencies amount to EUR 1.17 million  The technical part of the auction was provided by the company iTender. The call for tenders was …

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Life:) Ukraine offers reverse charge calls

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Mobile operator Life:) Ukraine has introduced its new ‘Pay For My Call’ service, enabling customers to make reverse charge calls. The connection is only established upon the consent of the call recipient, providing they are in credit. If the caller has insufficient credit to make a calling within the Life:) network, a voice message is delivered, suggesting the use of …

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T-Mobile Hungary’s LTE subs up 70% in 2014

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T-Mobile Hungary saw its number of LTE subscribers increase to 450,000 by year-end 2014 from 320,000 in October 2014. This is more than a 70% increase compared to the end of 2013. The total data traffic (2G, 3G, 4G) increased by about 25% between year-end 2013 and year-end 2014, and LTE data traffic tripled during the same period. The growth of …

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MTS Ukraine launches new call centre app via social networks

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Mobile operator MTS Ukraine has introduced a new application for subscribers using Facebook and Vkontakte. The application enables them to contact to the operator’s call-centre staff using the social networks. The service is based on the Userecho system. MTS Ukraine jas accounts on both these social networks, as well as on Twitter and Instagram, as reported by Telecompaper.

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P4 offers new devices to Formula 4G LTE Unlimited Pro

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Polish mobile operator P4, trading under the brand Play, has added devices to its Formula 4G LTE Unlimited Pro offer. The operator is offering the Acer V Nitro VN7-571G-575V with USB LTE modem; Lenovo Y50-70 with USB LTE modem; Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact; Apple iPad Air 2 WiFi + LTE 16 GB; and Apple iPad mini 3 WiFi + …

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Orange Spain to offer 4G roaming in 50 countries by June

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Orange Spain has announced plans to expand its 4G roaming agreements to a total of 50 countries by the end of June. The operator currently offers 4G roaming in 34 countries and in the first quarter of the year will expand the coverage to ten new countries, including Hungary, Morocco, Czech Republic, Singapore, Denmark, Uruguay and Malaysia, before bringing the …

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