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Wireless Business Solutions (WBS), the parent company of South African broadband provider iBurst, has reportedly announced that it will lodge an appeal against a court ruling, which found that telecoms... more
PCCW Global, Hong Kong Telecom’s (HKT’s) international operating division, has announced that it will provide the network infrastructure that will support a planned ZAR84 billion (USD7.95 billion) urban development in... more
State-owned Angola Telecom will launch a new standalone fixed broadband service under the ‘Navegue So’ (‘only browse’) banner next month (May 2014) in the central Huambo province, available for individual,... more
French cable operator Numericable is anticipating a continued decline in revenues at its newly acquired domestic cellco SFR until 2015, local news source BMFTV reports. According to an internal Numericable... more
Burkina Faso’s Minister of Development of Digital Economy and Posts, Jean Koulidiaty, has revealed that the government has decided to scrap plans to license a fourth mobile operator, due to... more
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of Bahrain has published its determinations of market dominance in domestic data connectivity services (previously labelled by the regulator as leased line services). The services... more
AT&T has announced plans to expand its 1Gbps ‘GigaPower’ broadband service to around 100 candidate cities and municipalities nationwide, including 21 new major metropolitan areas. The 21 metro area candidates... more
Belarusian national operator Beltelecom has reported that net income for the full year to 31 December 2013 reached BYR801 billion (USD84.2 million), an increase of BYR65 billion year-on-year, on revenue... more
Canadian quadruple-play group Rogers Communications has reported that its consolidated operating revenue fell slightly year-on-year in Q1 2014, to CAD3.020 billion (USD2.740 billion), down from CAD3.027 billion in the same... more
A Mexican court has said it will examine an injunction request from Mexico-based telecoms giant Movil (AM) against recent rulings regarding the dominance of the company’s local fixed and mobile... more