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Vodafone New Zealand launches VoIP service, tariff plans

Vodafone New Zealand has announced that it plans to set up homes and businesses for the future with voice calling over broadband. Starting this month, Vodafone will start upgrading VDSL customers with home phones on the PSTN network to voice calling over broadband (VoIP). READ MORE: NZ’s telecommunications sector ‘incredible price pressure’ For businesses, Vodafone is launching a refreshed voice…

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Unitymedia slashes prices on business broadband plans

German cable operator Unitymedia announced a reduction in prices for its broadband and phone plans for small businesses and the self-employed. READ MORE: O2 Germany refreshes prepaid bundles with more data The Office Internet 400 plan, with its top speed of 400 Mbps, drops to EUR 61.90 per month from EUR 81.90, and including phone service, the price is EUR…

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Why You Need a Telecom Expense Management (TEM) Service

Telecom Expenses. Many say that the second largest expense for businesses is their communications expense –second only to Payroll. For companies that use hundreds of mobile devices, telecom expense management (TEM) is a necessity, not a luxury. Identifying areas for savings on your invoices, and then achieving those savings, can win back hundreds if not thousands of dollars on a monthly basis,…

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Mobile operator of Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan launches roaming service

The Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic is a landlocked exclave of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The region covers 5,500 km2  with a population of 410,000, bordering Armenia to the east and north, Iran  to the south and west, and Turkey  to the northwest. READ MORE: Nar launches new data roaming packs Nakhchivan is separated from the rest of Azerbaijan by a slice of southern Armenia, and it does not border Nagorno-Karabakh, the focus of…

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TRA trains small businesses on e-commerce principles

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) launched the first training series in the field of e-Commerce, emphasizing the role of ICT in enhancing economic development. The workshop was aimed at small and medium businesses, to raise awareness on the required conditions for practicing e-Commerce, as one of the key activities in terms of growth at the current time. The workshop included information on…

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Life of a EU telecom in a new roaming universe

Roaming free era will be the start of a new and prolific era for mobile operators in Europe, if they are not afraid to be bold and they play their cards right, said Isabelle Paradis, HOT TELECOM president. Mobile operators have to tackle with 3 key challenges: Potential significant loss in roaming revenue The first obvious challenge will be for European…

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First full quarter with EU roam like at home (RLAH) – Nordic countries

Most operators had however introduced their own variants of RLAH before it was mandatory which preempted the effect, reports Tefficient. With its unlimited data plans, Finnish operators are exempted from RLAH and can still charge extra for EU roaming, but the reason to the leadership of the Finnish operators shouldn’t be attributed to this: Finnish operators had faster revenue growth…

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Did you know that more than half of all emails are read on a smartphone?

The smartphone has become a must. At home and abroad, it lets you check e-mails, send files to a colleague , find a faster route to a customer … But for this, you need a mobile data which is optimal for you. Not too little but either not too much. Do you have enough in your current monthly subscription? Or…

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PosteMobile: extra 10 GB – 1 Euro for existing customers

To celebrate the first 10 years of business, PosteMobile has not only thought of new customers (with the CREAMI eXtra WOW offer), but also the present, offering the “limited edition” eXtra 10 Giga option. At a cost of 1 euro, you can take advantage of 10 Giga of internet traffic to use within 30 days (non-renewable). To activate the promotion…

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