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27 February 2013
| Laura Hedges
Samsung has announced a partnership with card provider, Visa, to create a faster and more accessible mobile payment system for smartphone users.
The announcement was made at Mobile World Congress in
Barcelona this week and is claimed to be the first of its kind
between a leading near field communications (NFC)...
Chilean operator Entel is looking to increase its share of Peru’s rapidly developing mobile market, following its acquisition of Nextel last year, according to a company executive.
Mexico’s América Móvil, Spain’s Telefónica and Brazil’s Oi will place a joint bid for Brazilian mobile operator TIM Participações, and have confirmed plans to break it up, according to local reports.
Sprint has appointed SoftBank executive Junichi Miyakawa as chief technical officer.
A summary of the week’s biggest telecoms news stories.
EE has launched an LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) network in central London, UK.
SK Telecom posted its Q3 results yesterday, revealing that it had surpassed 16 million LTE/LTE-Advanced subscribers as of the end of September.