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The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has helped to resolve a dispute between local 4G provider Smile Communications and tower partner Eaton Towers. According to a report from PML Daily, Eaton... more
Hawaiki Submarine Cable has commenced commercial operations over its 15,000km fibre-optic cable linking Australia, New Zealand and the US with a number of South Pacific Islands and Hawaii. The cable... more
Mobile network operator (MNO) MTS Belarus has revealed that more than 220,000 rail passengers are accessing its free Wi-Fi services at stations around the country, following the signing of an... more
AfricaOnline Namibia has launched a wireless broadband network powered by RADWIN’s JET Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP) smart beamforming solutions. AfricaOnline has predominantly used WiMAX technology to offer broadband to customers but the... more
Vodafone UK has begun offering fixed broadband at speeds of up to 1Gbps to 50 customer premises in Milton Keynes as part of a trial rollout of gigabit services. In... more
Italian fixed and wireless broadband operator GO internet has extended its concession for the use of 3.5GHz (3.4GHz-3.6GHz) spectrum for a further six years, to 2029. The fees for the... more
Nokia of Finland today announced that Globe Telecom of the Philippines has partnered with its Silicon Valley-based business Nuage Networks to provide a nationwide SD-WAN service to both large enterprise... more
Slovak Telekom (ST) has launched a new LTE-based fixed-wireless broadband service for business users utilising 40MHz of spectrum in the 3.7GHz band. reports that coverage is limited to parts... more
Chilean operators Entel and Claro have filed a motion with the Court of Appeals against last month’s decision of the Department of Telecommunications (Subsecretaria de Telecomunicaciones, Subtel) to suspend usage... more
In a press release, Belarus’ largest privately-run telecoms operator VELCOM (incl. MDC, Atlant Telecom and TeleSet) has said its fixed network now passes 1,005,460 households, a figure it expects to... more