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Isle of Man communications service provider Manx Telecom has announced that from early 2015, its pre-paid mobile customers will be allowed to access its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network.... more
Ventures Africa reports that Safaricom, Kenya’s largest mobile operator by users, has revealed plans to invest KES30 billion (USD335 million) in upgrading and expanding its infrastructure to improve its voice... more
Argentina’s Secretaria de Comunicaciones (SeCom) has published resolution 68/2014, effectively laying down the rules and procedures for the provision of services by mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs). The entry of... more
EE, the UK’s largest cellco by subscribers, has reportedly launched commercial LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) services in the capital, London. Initially the upgraded network will be available in ‘large parts’ of central... more
The True Telecommunications Growth Infrastructure Fund (TRUEGIF), established by Thai quadruple-play group True Corp, has signed a three-year network sharing deal with mobile rival Digital Total Access Communication (DTAC), The... more
Tigo Guatemala, the country’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, intends to commercially launch 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology during the second quarter of 2015, company official Emerson Gonzalez has... more
Japanese mobile operator NTT DOCOMO has successfully deployed Oracle’s diameter signalling router in its 4G network to speed up the planned launch of Long Term Evolution (LTE) roaming services. The... more
Tigo Paraguay, the country’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, has confirmed that it intends to wait until it secures 1700MHz/2100MHz AWS spectrum in Conatel’s imminent frequency auction before rolling out... more
Movistar Guatemala announced yesterday (29 October) that it has switched on its 1900MHz 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in ‘the capital city, provincial capitals and some tourist sites’. Humberto... more
Ecuador’s National Telecommunications Council (Conatel) disclosed that as of 25 October 2014 CDMA mobile phones have ceased to be supported by the country’s last remaining CDMA network operator, state-owned Corporacion... more