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In a press release, Swedish telecoms group Tele2 announced that it has completed its mobile network modernisation project across its three Baltic units, representing the company’s largest investment – EUR50... more
Polish CDMA network operator Sferia, which had been promised 800MHz band 4G-suitable mobile frequencies to become valid for use from 1 October 2014, has had the permitted launch date postponed... more
SingTel has announced plans to shut down its 2G mobile network within the next two-to-three years in order to amalgamate its infrastructure and free up the spectrum for re-use. Speaking... more
Aileen Chia, deputy director general at Singapore’s telecoms watchdog the Info-communications Development Authority (IDA), has highlighted that the country may require as much as 1GHz of additional spectrum for mobile... more
The auction of 700MHz Long Term Evolution (LTE)-suitable spectrum in Brazil concluded yesterday, watchdog Anatel has announced, generating a total of BRL5.85 billion (USD2.39 billion) – well below the regulator’s... more
Shameel Joosub, CEO at Vodacom Group, has revealed that although Neotel’s spectrum would give the operator ‘some breathing room’, it would not solve Vodacom’s spectrum needs, BusinessTech reports. The executive... more
Jean-Marie Guillaume, the director general of Haiti’s telecoms watchdog the Conseil National des Telecommunications (Conatel), has announced that the transition process from analogue broadcasting to digital terrestrial television (DTT) could... more
Indonesian TD-LTE wireless broadband start-up Internux, trading under the ‘Bolt! Super 4G’ brand, has signed up 750,000 customers in the ten months since its commercial launch in Jakarta, its CTO... more
Mexico’s Secretario de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT) is set to conduct a series of 700MHz tests in the coming months, as it seeks to gather technical information ahead of its... more
Taiwan’s Far EasTone Telecommunications (FET) has reportedly claimed a 40% of the nation’s nascent 4G market, having revealed that it now signed up some 400,000 to such services. According to... more