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 …

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

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 …

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

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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