T-Mobile Czech Republic has selected Ericsson’s Revenue Manager solution as part of its IT modernisation plans.

The operator, which has nearly six million mobile customers, has signed up the Sweden-based vendor to help update all of its existing real-time charging and intelligent network functions with a real-time convergent system across all lines of business.

Radek Moc, Vice President IT, T-Mobile Czech Republic, said: "We have an objective to consolidate, simplify and modernise our IT architecture, ensuring we can continue offering our customers market-leading services with maximum speed and efficiency.”

Last month, Ericsson shook up its organisational structure as it bids to turnaround its recent financial performance.

Net income rose by 45 percent in the first three months of the year, but revenues fell.

[Read more: Ericsson, Huawei prosper in sluggish telecom outsourcing market]

Meanwhile, Andorra Telecom is consolidating its pre-paid and post-paid customers onto a single converged billing platform with the help of Netcracker tech.

The operator will roll out the vendor’s Online Charging System and Voucher Management offerings as it continues to rely on the NEC-owned company’s products.

It signed a deal to deploy Netcracker’s full OSS/BSS suite 12 months ago.

Andorra Telecom CTO Joan Marc Lauga said: "These new capabilities will help us strengthen our position in the expanding communications market and launch new business models and strategies to support our long-term initiatives."

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