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M:tel offers double minutes for business users

Bosnian operator m:tel is offering double bonus minutes for calls to all national networks for subscribers of its m:biz business tariffs. In addition, customers get unlimited calls to fixed networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina, unlimited SMS and mobile internet, as well as bonus minutes to the fixed network of Telekom Srbija in Serbia. READ MORE: m:tel introduces 60/4 Mbps in business…

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Elisa introduces new roaming packs

Estonian mobile operator Elisa has introduced three new roaming packages. ‘European’, ‘Scandinavian’ and ‘Finnish’ roaming packages have been offered to customers. Elisa says it is the only operator in Estonia offering a package focused on Finland which includes unlimited mobile internet and voice services both in Estonia and Finland. READ MORE: Telia Estonia raises internet traffic bundle when roaming Elisa had…

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Eir introduces WiFi Calling for blackspots, roaming

Eir has introduced WiFi Calling for all 144,000 of its and Meteor mobile customers. The company said the free service will provide a solution for mobile coverage in blackspots, or in homes, commercial buildings or areas where it can be difficult to get a mobile signal. Under the system, users will be able to make and receive calls and texts…

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Ucom launches new roaming offer

All those Ucom mobile subscribers, who plan to spend their summer in the most visited and coastal European countries, as well as Georgia, Egypt, Israel or Canada, are welcome to activate Ucom roaming service and enjoy special roaming rates for mobile internet, all incoming calls and calls to Armenia. READ MORE: US Wireless Data Usage Continues to Boom: 2016 mobile data…

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SEE Enterprise to connect to 40 more BT exchanges

UK operator SSE Enterprise Telecoms said it will extend its high performance Ethernet services by ’unbundling’ an additional 40 BT exchanges in prime business areas around the UK. The operator has also been confirmed as one of a small number of service providers in BT Openreach’s recently announced Dark Fibre Access trial. If the trials go well, SSE Enterprise Telecoms…

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Fon, the World’s Leading Carrier WiFi Provider, Highlights the 7 Key Points That Will Define the Future of WiFi

Fon, the world’s leading carrier WiFi provider, has analyzed the future of WiFi and has concluded that WiFi must be an integrated and customer-centric technology. Since its birth in 1985, the WiFi industry has grown exponentially. Although originally designed to replace Ethernet cables in local computer networks, nowadays WiFi’s use is ubiquitous. Alex Puregger, CEO at Fon, highlights seven key…

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T-Mobile Poland announces new roaming rules

T-Mobile Poland announced that from 15 June, the roam-like-at-home rules will apply in the EU. The information on roaming rates for individual tariffs will be published on the operator’s web. Until 15 June, when T-Mobile clients log in to a foreign network, they get a welcome SMS with the roaming prices for services, which they can also check in the…

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European Hosted IP Telephony And UCaaS Market Prepares To Stave Off Competition From Aggressive US Players

European telecom carriers’ initiatives to discontinue integrated services digital network (ISDN) services are driving carrier and customer migration to Internet protocol (IP) connectivity services. The move is also fuelling adoption of next-generation business communication solutions, such as hosted private branch exchange (PBX) and unified communications as a service (UCaaS). Increasing availability of compelling cloud communications offerings and expanding feature sets,…

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Chinese vendors grab More Than Half of India smartphone market in Q1

According to International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, 27 million smartphones were shipped in India in CY Q1 2017 with a healthy 14.8 percent growth over the same period last year. But unlike last year, shipments grew sequentially in the first quarter of 2017 by 4.7 percent recovering from demonetization impact in Q4 2016. China-based vendors continue to…

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P4 publishes new roam-like-home conditions

Polish mobile operator P4, trading under the brand Play, has published new prices for roaming services in the EU in line with the roam-like-home principle, reports Telko.in. In line with expectations, the services are cheaper than before, but they are not equal to the prices of domestic services. In the new roaming offer, Play provides clients with both unit billing and packages included…

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