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Agence Ecofin reports that the government of Mauritania has thrown its full weight behind plans to develop a land-based communications cable, designed to bolster communications in the country, by authorising... more
Voice-over-internet protocol (VoIP) provider Vonage has launched a new consumer-based IP telephony service in Brazil, thanks to a tie up with start-up Datora Telecom, as it looks to increase its... 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
The Communications Authority of Maldives has reported that fixed broadband subscribers reached 20,232 across the island nation at the end of March 2014, up from 19,594 twelve months earlier. Mobile... more
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has published its final report into the regulation of fixed line telecommunications services, revealing that it will continue to regulate wholesale services supplied... more
Movistar Venezuela, a subsidiary of Spanish giant Telefonica, has switched off its 2G/3G CDMA mobile and fixed-wireless voice and data network nationwide to focus on its 2G GSM, 3G UMTS... more
ABS-CBN Convergence, the telecoms arm of ABS-CBN, a commercial TV broadcaster in the Philippines, has announced that it will stop offering its wireless in the local loop (WiLL) service bayanPHONE... more
China Mobile Pakistan (CMPak), which operates under the ‘Zong’ brand, has purchased fixed local loop (FLL) licences for all 14 of Pakistan’s regions, Pro Pakistani reports. FLL licences entitle providers... more
Bulgarian wireless operators MobilTel (M-Tel), Cosmo Bulgaria (GloBul) and Vivacom each introduced new subscription plans incorporating per-second billing on 14 April, after telecoms regulator the Communications Regulation Commission (CRC) amended... more
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication (MoITT) are planning to deal with the grey traffic market and the International Clearing House (ICH) after... more