O! launches new data roaming offer in Russia

Kyrgyzstan mobile operator Nur Telecom, working under the O! brand, has introduced a new mobile internet roaming option in Russia. Internet now costs KGS 1 per MB using services on the LTE network of the Russian mobile operator Megafon. READ MORE: O! cuts roaming rate in Turkey The rate was earlier available already with Tele2 Russia. The same rate is also…

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Tele2 Lithuania records 3,000 users of mobile PBX services

Mobile operator Tele2 Lithuania said that almost 3,000 corporate subscribers have already connected to its new ‘Mobile Station’ PBX service. The service was launched earlier this March. The operator said the offer allows businesses to replace the fixed IP telephony infrastructure. The solution can be downloaded onto a smartphone as a mobile application, or be managed over the self-service portal….

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Du launches data-only SIM up to 50 GB for use with several devices

UAE-based operator Du has introduced a data-only offering called the Data SIM. Du customers can benefit from up to 50 GB connectivity, wherever they are in the UAE for use with different devices. They can sign a twelve-month contract and choose from 3 GB, 10 GB and 50 GB options for AED 99, AED 179 and AED 379 per month respectively. Du gives…

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Belgian govt plans cybersecurity call centre for businesses

The Federal Government has announced that a call-centre is to be set that will give individuals and companies advice on issues linked to cyber-crime. The call centre will be staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Belgian telecom minister Alexander de Croo has announced new measures aimed at improving cybersecurity in the country. Following a special cabinet meeting…

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O2 Czech Republic announces changes in roaming

From 15 June, O2 Czech Republic will offer customers of the roaming tariff World Basic services within the EU for the same prices as apply in the Czech Republic, when calling and sending SMS to other networks. They may also use data services as at home. For example, a customer with the tariff Free CZ will be able to call from…

Read More changes conditions for data package and roaming

Czech MVNO, which has been present on the market since 2013 and which operates on the network of T-Mobile Czech Republic, is restricting its unlimited internet offer from 11 June, reported From the beginning, the operator has been offering unlimited internet for free, meaning that after every top-up of at least CZK 200, the operator provided 200 MB data…

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CoopVoce: from May 22, 2017 returns Call All Start with 200 minutes, 200 sms, 1GB at 5 € per month

From Monday 22 May to Sunday 25 June 2017 all CoopVoce customers will be able to activate the “Call All Start” rechargeable offer at 5 euros every 30 days indefinitely. The offer “Call All Start” provides 200 minutes of national calls to fixed and mobile numbers, 200 national SMS and 1 Giga 2G / 3G internet traffic every 30 days….

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Global Smartphone Shipments Back to Double Digit Growth

Smartphone shipments set a first quarter record clocking 375 million units, growing 11% annually According to the latest research from Counterpoint’s Market Monitor service, global smartphone shipments grew 11% in Q1 2017 compared to Q1 2016.  This is a stark contrast from the -2% decline Q1 2016 endured. Commenting on the findings, Jeff Fieldhack, Research Director at Counterpoint Research said, “The…

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O2 announce new tariff with 15 GB Data volume for 30 €

The mobile operator O2 is celebrating its 15th birthday and is making this a special offer for a limited time. O2 Free 15 is offering to new customers  15 GB data volume in the LTE network for 29.99 euros a month. The O2-Free-15 tariff is only available from 23 May to 5 September 2017 according to the mobile operator and…

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State of the Mobile Network Operators and MVNOs Market in Middle East

Many Middle Eastern mobile operators are facing increased challenges in the mobile sector, due primarily to regulatory reforms, liberalisation, Over-The-Top providers, economic and civil conditions, the lifting of sanctions (Iran) and mobile market saturation. Competition in particular has grown in many markets. Saudi Arabia, which has the largest ICT market in the Middle East, has seen mobile market competition increase…

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