NZ operators move to curb MNP fraud
The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) announced operators today (3 June) introduced tougher security measures …
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Taiwan’s 4G penetration nears 32% Taiwan’s operators boosted their 4G numbers to more than 10 …
Vietnam operators delay MNP tests six months
Vietnam’s three largest mobile operators have delayed mobile number portability (MNP) tests by six months …
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India launches MNP
India yesterday started mobile number portability services in a northern state
UK speeds up MNP
British consumers will next year be able to transfer their mobile number to a new provider in just one working day rather than the current two days, the telecoms regulator Ofcom has confirmed.
India delays MNP again
Reports suggest the Indian government has further delayed the launch of mobile number portability services to end-June, 2010.
Indian MNP faces fresh delay
Telecompaper notes that the implementation of mobile number portability in India is likely to be delayed at least until July as a system is not yet in place to roll out the service.
Indian MNP set for more delays
According to the Economic Times, India’s long-awaited introduction of mobile number portability (MNP) looks set to face further delays on the back of security concerns raised by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
India plans mobile number portability by 2009
The Indian regulator unveiled proposals late last week that will see Mobile Number Portability (MNP) introduced in India, the world’s second largest mobile market, by June 2009.
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