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Voice roaming needs innovative change

This post is by Itsuma Tanaka,  Lead Core Network Architect, Core Network Development Department, NTT Docomo

Do you actually voice roaming when you’re abroad?

When you’re calling somebody from the… 519 more words

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Nawlins Y'all!

As my United Airlines flight touched down at Louis Armstrong Airport in New Orleans, I felt a sense of excitement wash over me. Excitement for the Deep South and it’s world famous food, culture, Bourbon Street, the friendly people and with that the amazing “Southern Hospitality!” 507 more words

A Short Trip to Montréal.

Last week I was able to take a short trip to Montréal. This has been my third or fourth time to the city.  A year ago I took a train to Montréal from Toronto after being at an international conference on the philosopher, phenomenologist and saint, Edith Stein. 1,559 more words

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SoftBank users in Japan able to roam all the way to the USA and pay the same rates

Japanese telecom giant SoftBank has announced a new promotional campaign for its users starting soon called America Hodai (America Unlimited) where users traveling to the United States can enjoy the same rates on voice calls and internet usage as they do in Japan for no additional charge 345 more words

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Dublin’s Irish Whiskey Tour

There may be more pubs in Dublin, Ireland than bicycles in Amsterdam. Looking for help on where best to sample small batch Irish whiskeys we stopped by James Fox Co., merchant of whiskey, wine and cigars. 823 more words

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Interview: International Product Manager for Mobile Solutions, A1 Telekom Austria: “[The customer experience] is significantly improved when the customer’s MNO is served by an IPX provider that can offer guaranteed QoS.”

Roman Waditschatka, International Product Manager for Mobile Solutions, A1 Telekom Austria is speaking on the topic of “Creating a consistent customer experience when roaming,” taking place on Day Two of the 9th annual… 368 more words

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Roaming freely

I’ve always been a dreamer. A little bit out of reality. Always thinking of the possibilities rather than the realities that bound me to my situation. 284 more words