Tor-Björn Fjellner

GSM consultant with international experience. Specializing in Product and Project Management, Value Added Services and Number Portability.

Most commented posts

  1. Adjusting Google Analytics analytics.js (Universal analytics) for meaningful blog statistics — 6 comments
  2. Shaping Windows 8.1 and adding Russian custom phonetic layout — 2 comments
  3. Whatever you do, never activate your Trados Studio 2017 before trial period has ended! — 2 comments
  4. Surrounded by telecoms — 1 comments
  5. Bug report — 1 comments

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List of MWC events

Don’t miss the list of events around Mobile World Congress, which is published on BCN Tech Talk. I’ve already found a couple of things I want to attend. :)

Among most visited LinkedIn profiles :)

Hello, I just got a nice reason to brag. LinkedIn just informed me that my profile is among the 5% most visited profiles on their system. (Of course, with 200 Million members, one just needs to hit the top 10 Million mark, but still…)

MNP launches in Qatar

Another country in the Arabic Gulf region has now launched MNP (Mobile Number Portability) between the two mobile operators in the country, Qtel and Vodafone. Here’s an article on the topic from ICT, the Qatar regulatory body.

Surrounded by telecoms

Just a quick note about the header image we use on this site. At first glance, it looks like the top part of a palm tree. But, when you look a little bit closer, you notice that this tree is much higher than the surrounding trees. And the stem looks a bit weird: There´s a …

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Russian Duma has decided for Mobile Number Portability

The Russian Duma made on Dec 14th 2012 the final third decision and ratified a new law, stating that Mobile Number Portability will be introduced in Russia by Dec 1st 2013.

Disconnected telecom – to be continued

Telefonica/Movistar reiterates that FTTH (optical cable to the home) is available in our house in central Barcelona. But for some reason, orders are dropped, the phone number is lost and at the end I find myself with a much slower connection than promised…