Telenor Serbia ready to deploy UMTS 900

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Telenor Serbia stated it is ready to deploy 3G on the 900 MHz frequency band to improve internet speeds and quality as well as geographical 3G coverage by more than 10%. It will implement the refarming as soon as technology neutrality, prescribed by the Serbian Law on Electronic Communications and the Frequency Allocation Plan, is implemented. According to Ove Fredheim, CEO …

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Roaming promotions by Vip Operator (Macedonia)

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Macedonia’s Vip Operator has introduced a new roaming promotion for calls and mobile internet. With the first offer, the price for calls per minute from abroad towards all networks in Macedonia is MDK 9.90. This option is automatically available for all pre-paid and post-paid customers, without additional costs for activation. The service can be used with the USSD code at …

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LG G3 with 32 GB memory by Telenor Serbia

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Telenor Serbia has added the LG G3 smartphone with 32 GB of storage and 3 GB of RAM memory to its portfolio. The customers only who order it in advance through Telenor’s webshop in metallic black color will be able to get the handset. The latest handset from the LG family runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat with a new, redesigned …

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Ove Fredheim to head Telenor Serbia (Norway, Serbia)

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Ove Fredheim has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Telenor in Serbia. Fredheim will take up the new position on 1 September, succeeding Kjell-Morten Johnsen, who became Head of Telenor’s European operations and member of the Group Executive Management earlier this year. Kjell-Morten Johnsen, Executive Vice-President, Head of European operations said that Ove has a long experience …

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Telenor and BCG study: mHealth to change the face of healthcare (Norway)

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The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), in cooperation with Telenor Group, has now released the complete report on the “Socio-Economic Impact of Mobile Health”. The report explores the potential impact of mHealth solutions, such as how Norway can save $2 billion each year with remote monitoring solutions for the elderly and how Thailand can cure 40,000 cases of tuberculosis through SMS …

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Mt:s launches bonus credit with June top-ups (Serbia)

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Mt:s, which operates in Serbia, has introduced  a prepaid pr­omotion that offers three bonus credits for each top-up. Users who top up their prepaid account until 30 June, with at least US$4.46 can expect a bonus credit of US$4.46, which can be used to browse, talk and text on the Mt:s network in the following seven days. The same amount …

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Telenor launches cheaper roaming in Montenegro

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Telenor Serbia subscribers who roam in Montenegro will pay US$0.14 per minute for calls to Telenor Serbia and Telenor Montenegro. Outgoing calls will be charged US$0.10 for the connection, while a one-minute call to all other mobile and fixed networks in Serbia and Montenegro will cost US$0.35. Incoming calls are charged only the connection fee of US$0.10, regardless of the …

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Bulgaria to get CallMyName on 1 June

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Service for mobile communication CallMyName will be launched in Bulgaria on 1 June. CallMyName uses personal and corporate names rather than dialing mobile phone numbers. After Bulgaria, the service will be launched in the following countries:  Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Serbia, Italy and Croatia. Any company or person can use their name as a number by using CallMyName (CMN). The …

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Telekom Srbija ready to adapt new market conditions

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Telekom Srbija experts have held a lecture on the topic of mobile applications for the most talented students of the Mathematical High School in Belgrade. This marked the beginning of a series of workshops on the topic of mobile communications, which represents a step further in the cooperation between Telekom Srbija and this educational institution. The company also equipped the …

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