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  • Bangladesh Sees Large Growth in Mobile Subscriptions
    Bangladesh Sees Large Growth in Mobile Subscriptions

    In January of this year, Bangladesh added over 2 million new mobile phone subscribers. This poor nation of 140 million now has 34.4 million subscribers. The Bangladesh Telecom Regulatory Commission said 2007 saw growth of 58% due mainly to price cuts

    • Posted March 6, 2008
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  • Pre-paid mobile cull in Bangladesh
    Pre-paid mobile cull in Bangladesh

    Over 1 million non-registered pre-paid mobile phone SIM cards will have to be deactivated in Bangladesh today, after a ruling by the country’s Telecommunications Regulatory Commission. In August 2007, according to Reuters, a rule was passed that all

    • Posted July 7, 2012
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  • Bangladesh blocks mobile messaging apps to thwart protests
    Bangladesh blocks mobile messaging apps to thwart protests

    Countries are occasionally tempted to block mobile messaging apps when protests or riots flare up, and Bangladesh just gave in to that urge. The nation has blocked two popular services, Tango and Viber, on the grounds that anti-government protesters

    • Posted August 29, 2012
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  • Mobilicity announces its Canadian plans, launches in Toronto tomorrow
    Mobilicity announces its Canadian plans, launches in Toronto tomorrow

    Torontonians looking to save some money on their wireless bill should take note that a new carrier will be up and running as of tomorrow morning. Formerly known as DAVE Wireless, Mobilicity is looking to crack the local market provider business with

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • As world population passes 7 billion, global mobile connections to hit 6 billion this month
    As world population passes 7 billion, global mobile connections to hit 6 billion this month

    The Population Reference Bureau confirmed in late October that the world population had finally surpassed 7 billion. Less than one month later, the number of global mobile connections is set to top 6 billion, further highlighting the importance and w

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • Four Arrested in Burma for Having Illegal Mobile Phones
    Four Arrested in Burma for Having Illegal Mobile Phones

    In the United States we complain if we can’t bring our mobile handsets into a movie screening, and flip out when we are told we can’t use the phone in a hospital. How would we feel if our phones landed up in jail? In Myanmar – what was previously kno

    • Posted August 6, 2007
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  • The Mobile Web pulsates and grows daily
    The Mobile Web pulsates and grows daily

    Here’s something for all you mobile startups out there possibly relying on advertising as a revenue source. Apparently the global recession is having “little to no effect” on mobile advertisers or user habits, according to BuzzCity. Granted the Singa

    • Posted April 7, 2009
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  • Cellphone stampede redux: now in Bangladesh
    Cellphone stampede redux: now in Bangladesh

    Once again, a limited supply of cellphone lines causes a riot by would-be mobile phone customers. This time the stampede occurred in Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, where a new cellphone operator promising lower prices was coming online. Teletalk Bangla

    • Posted January 20, 2012
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  • In Africa, Money not necessary for mobile banking
    In Africa, Money not necessary for mobile banking

    Necessity, they say is the mother of invention. It couldn’t be more true in case of Africa, where pre-paid airtime is fast becoming the ‘virtual’ currency for Pan-African trade, overcoming conventional currency exchange and lack of banking infrastruc

    • Posted March 29, 2012
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  • Mozilla and mobile operators want to make the web more global and diverse
    Mozilla and mobile operators want to make the web more global and diverse

    Firefox-maker Mozilla and the GSMA mobile operator trade body are teaming up to help develop more non-English content for the web, so as to “positively shape” the future of the mobile web – and they’re looking for others to join them. As the organiza

    • Posted March 31, 2012
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  • Opera Mini Now Has 169 Million Users, 56% Of Them Only Use The Mobile Web
    Opera Mini Now Has 169 Million Users, 56% Of Them Only Use The Mobile Web

    On the desktop, Opera‘s browser is only a minor player compared to Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari, but as a mobile browser, Opera competes head-to-head with Apple and Google. Worldwide, depending on which statistics you believe, it is

    • Posted April 30, 2012
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  • Opera Maps Global Mobile Social Network Usage: Facebook Most Frequently Visited On Phones In Macau, Twitter In Paraguay
    Opera Maps Global Mobile Social Network Usage: Facebook Most Frequently Visited On Phones In Macau, Twitter In Paraguay

    Want to see an atlas of Facebook mobile usage across the world? Browser maker Opera has released its 2012 State of the Mobile Web report which measures social networking popularity by looking at the number of Opera Mini users who visit them. Data is

    • Posted November 30, 2012
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  • Hungama Mobile Inks Deal With UAE Operator du
    Hungama Mobile Inks Deal With UAE Operator du

    Hungama Mobile has inked a deal to provide mobile content to UAE based telecom operator du. First up, Hungama will distribute content related to the Hollywood movie Spiderman 3, including a mobile game, animation, ringtones, videos and theme music. C

    • Posted October 28, 2013
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  • Ericsson: Mobile data volumes doubled again in 2012
    Ericsson: Mobile data volumes doubled again in 2012

    The amount of data carried on mobile networks around the world doubled between the fourth quarter of 2011 and the fourth quarter of 2012, infrastructure firm Ericsson has said. Ericsson’s figures, which came on Monday as part of an interim update (PD

    • Posted November 10, 2013
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  • Startups Rise Amid Political Unrest, Economic Chaos In Bangladesh
    Startups Rise Amid Political Unrest, Economic Chaos In Bangladesh

    500 Startups, a Mountain View, California-based seed fund and accelerator, is making its first investment in Bangladesh, underscoring a growing investor interest in one of the most challenging startup ecosystems in South Asia. The seed fund is invest

    • Posted March 14, 2014
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  • Vimpelcom moves forward with $6 billion Wind Mobile merger, intends to hurdle regulatory snags
    Vimpelcom moves forward with $6 billion Wind Mobile merger, intends to hurdle regulatory snags

    If you thought Verizon Wireless and Alltel's marriage underwent a good bit of scrutiny, you'll soon be swearing that Vimpelcom and Wind Mobile are on some sort of global watch list. The Amsterdam-based Vimpelcom has taken a giant leap towards the com

    • Posted March 14, 2014
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  • Bill Gates wants to tackle mobile banking, but not with bitcoin
    Bill Gates wants to tackle mobile banking, but not with bitcoin

    Bill and Melinda Gates’ to-do list will probably put yours to shame. This year, in the Gates Foundation annual letter, the duo outlined their long-term, 15-year roadmap for the challenges that they want to solve. Their four main goals: Health: Reduci

    • Posted October 19, 2014
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  • Google Is Driving A Bus Across Bangladesh To Help 500,000 Students Learn About The Internet
    Google Is Driving A Bus Across Bangladesh To Help 500,000 Students Learn About The Internet

    Google is literally hitting the road to promote the potential of the internet in Bangladesh. The company today launched ‘Google Bus Bangladesh’, an educational program aimed at teaching key digital skills to more than half a million students in the S

    • Posted November 13, 2014
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  • @ 3GSM: Warner Music Slates Mobile Usability; Announces Carrier Tie-ups; Sticks With DRM
    @ 3GSM: Warner Music Slates Mobile Usability; Announces Carrier Tie-ups; Sticks With DRM

    The music business has called on the mobile industry to simplify handset interfaces or risk losing out on a $32 billion music download opportunity over the next three years. Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr said the consumer downloads experie

    • Posted December 18, 2014
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  • Google Expands Its Android One Initiative To Bangladesh, Nepal And Sri Lanka
    Google Expands Its Android One Initiative To Bangladesh, Nepal And Sri Lanka

    Back in June, Google introduced its Android One program to improve the affordable smartphone experience in emerging markets. The project debuted in India in September, and now it is making its first expansion expanding to cover neighboring Bangladesh

    • Posted December 22, 2014
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