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Operator News in Brief – 17th Sep 2010

Operator News in Brief – 17th Sep 2010

Mobistar has become the first in Belgium to implement the Mobile HD Voice technology on its 3G network. With HD Voice Mobistar clients call in High Definition (HD) quality, if they have a Mobile HD Voice-compatible 3G mobile phone.

Canada’s Shaw Communications has selected Forsk’s Atoll platform for the design and optimisation of its UMTS/LTE network. Forsk has delivered licenses of Atoll and Atoll ACP (Automatic Cell Planning) for UMTS and LTE, together with implementation and training services.

Vodafone Germany has deployed an extra 64 mobile antennas to boost network capacity during the OctoberFest in Munich which starts this weekend.

Etisalat Nigeria has announced that its subscriber base has passed the 5 million mark.

New Zealand’s 2degrees has launched an offer that allows unused minutes to be rolled over to the next month.

Bulgaria’s Globul has launched its first own-brand smartphone – the Android based Globul Q1

SmarTone Macau announced it will offer dedicated data plans for iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G in Macau beginning September 17th.

Vodacom Tanzania has reduced its calling rates from Vodacom to other local networks (off-net) by more than 50 percent.

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