T-Mobile NL rolls out HD Voice across 3G network

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T-Mobile Netherlands has completed the roll-out of HD Voice across its 3G network, a spokesman said. The higher quality voice is available on base stations that were recently upgraded as well as those not included in the recent upgrade project. The service was activated for both consumer and business customers in recent weeks. The operator said in May it was …

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Smart tariff line by Velcom (Belarus)

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Belarusian mobile operator Velcom has re-freshed its Smart tariff line, which includes four tariffs. The operator raised the monthly mobile internet traffic, going to from 300 MB to 500 MB under the Smart Premiere tariff, from 500 MB to 1 GB under the Smart 1 tariff, from 1 GB to 2 GB under the Smart 2 tariff, and from 2 …

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Wind Mobile celebrates five years of success in Canada

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Wind Mobile is celebrating a milestone, marking five years of providing unlimited plans and no tern contracts to customers across Canada. Wind Mobile originally launched in Toronto on 16 December, 2009 and has since grown to distribute over 1,400 network sites to offer service that covers over 14 million Canadians.  Wind Mobile is the fourth largest carrier in the country …

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MTS starts Samsung smartphones promotion

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Russian mobile operator MTS has introduced a promotion for Samsung smartphones at its branded shops. Retail customers buying the smartphones cab get free mobile internet services and on-net calls across the country for up to three months. Corporate subscribers can benefit from the promotion and get free use of Smart+ packages. The list of devices included in the promotion includes …

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MTS Ukraine expands network at Kharkiv Metro

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Mobile operator MTS Ukraine has launched mobile services on the Alekseyevskaya line of the Kharkiv Metro, reports ProIT. The operator launched the services on the Saltovskaya line of the Kharkiv Metro earlier in November. Services will be launched on the Kholodnogorsko-Zavodskaya line by the end of the year. The operator is deploying the network using 3G-ready equipment from Israel-based Corning …

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Beeline Uzbekistan launches credit for services promotion

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Mobile operator Beeline Uzbekistan has introduced a credit for services seasonal promotion for prepaid subscribers. The option is now available for customers who have been using the operator’s services for at least three months. The promotion will run until 31 January. It is also accessible when roaming, as reported by Telecompaper. The service will give USD 0.20 per credit received.

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China m-banking transactions generate CNY 7.95 tln in Q3

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According to statistics from EnfoDesk, released by Analysys International, the transaction size of mobile banking in China has created CNY 7.95 trillion in the third quarter of 2014, which represents a sequential growth rate of 26.3$%, . The report also shows that, with the rapid development of mobile internet, mobile devices has exceeded PC and become the first national internet …

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Vodafone offers subscription with entertainment, news pack

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Vodafone Australia has launched an offer for Vodafone Red subscribers. New and upgrading Vodafone Red customers will receive a mobile subscription to The Sydney Morning Herald (SMH)/The Age or a Spotify Premium subscription at no extra charge. Customers who upgrade or sign up to a 12- or 24-month Red plan have the choice of an “entertainment” or “news” pack. Customers …

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Australian telecom complaints drop to 7-year low

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Australia’s Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) has announced it received 30,539 telecoms services consumer complaints in the period between July and September this year, the lowest number in seven years. New complaints to the TIO in July-September were 9.1 percent fewer than in April-June 2014, and 14.6 percent lower than in the same period in 2013. The number of complaints about …

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Optus tops 40,000 students in Digital Thumbprint workshops

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Australian operator Optus reports that, over the past year, more than 40,000 students in Sydney and Melbourne have attended an Optus Digital Thumbprint workshop. Optus ‘Digital Thumbprint’education program is designed to provide high school students with an insight into the online world, and how to become savvy members of Australia’s online community. Nearly 95% of participants confirmed they learnt something …

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