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Brazil World Cup host cities will get LTE first

The Brazilian government will prioritise World Cup host cities when installing LTE technology, according to The Associated Press.

Meanwhile in Brazilare we there yet?

Over the past several months, we have taken a close look at the branchless banking …

Meanwhile in Brazilare we there yet?

Over the past several months, we have taken a close look at the branchless banking …

Vivo announces shutdown for CDMA network

Leading Brazilian mobile operator Vivo says it will close its older cellular network based on CDMA technology in September this year.

Brazil: Megapay, MJV in m-payment services deal

(The Paypers) Megapay, a division of Honbased cloud computing company Megaworld, has entered a partnership with Brazil-based mobile services provider MJV to offer…Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ThePaypersMobilePayments/~3/GbnGlqI3zKE/743035-16

Smart Communications, MasterCard to roll out m-payment service in Brazil

(The Paypers) Philippine-based mobile phone operator Smart Communications and MasterCard are planning to roll out a mobile payment service for Brazilian users,…Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ThePaypersMobilePayments/~3/9-CRgTAPA_4/742915-16

Americas Com

Americas Com is the longest-established & most respected annual meeting place for Latin American telcos. This year there is a re-juvenated format & newly expanded exhibition as we co-locate with IP&TV Forum Americas. Full details available from http://americas.comworldseries.com/

Branchless Banking: Testing remote access models for Southern African countries

Review of 30 models of remote access banking initiatives from around the world with the purpose of identifying models that might work in Southern Africa.

Anatel warns Brazilian operators on 3G capacity

Brazil’s telecommunications regulator Anatel yesterday warned mobile operators that it would veto aggressive promotions of broadband Internet services unless they prove that networks have sufficient capacity to meet demand.