Published on: 11th Jul 2012
Cambodia’s Emaxx Telecom has ordered Ethernet backhaul kit from BTI Systems in the Capital City, Phnom Penh.
Moldova’s Unite is to accept payment for selected smartphones in installments spread over six or twelve months.
Cambodia’s Smart Mobile has launched a new service called ‘Smart Loan’, which allows subscribers to make calls and use other services even when there is no balance remaining in their account.
Azerbaijan’s Bakcell has ordered a mobile number portability platform from a company called simply, PT (it’s not Portugal Telecom).
Telecel Zimbabwe says that its subscriber base has now topped two million, an increase of half-a-million since the end of December 2011.
UK’s O2 suffered a network outage affecting parts of the South-East of the country after a control centre building was burgled.
USA’s Sprint Nextel has signed an MVNO agreement with start-up, FreedomPop which claims to be planning to offer totally free mobile internet services next year.