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Mexican media giant Grupo Televisa has launched a new broadband fixed-wireless access (BFWA) service for residential users under the Blue Telecomm name, El Financiero reports. Two packages are listed on... more
Ghana has revealed that the country’s USD38 million Eastern Corridor Fiber Optic Backbone project, which spans 775km and connects 27 districts and towns between Ho (Volta Region) and Bawku (Northern... more
The Taliban has forced offline telecommunications networks in the areas of Helmand province it currently controls, according to reports from the Pajhwok and Voice of America news agencies. The insurgent... more
Togo First reports that the government of Togo, in an effort to ensure the provision of universal electronic communications services in the country, formally adopted a draft decree on 18... more
Slovenia’s telecoms regulator, the Agency for Communications Networks & Services (Agencija za komunikacijska omrezja in storitve, AKOS), says broadband internet access will now be included under the country’s universal service... more
Czech infrastructure provider Ceska telekomunikacni infrastruktura (CETIN), part of Petr Kellner’s PPF Group that was spun off from incumbent PTO O2 Czech Republic in June 2015, has announced an improved... more
Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC) has suggested that the earth terminal for Chungwha Telecom’s ST-2 satellite may have to use a different frequency. According to the Taipei Times, NCC chairperson... more
The government of the Netherlands today (19 April 2018) proposed a law that would require any party attempting a takeover of a Dutch-based telecommunications company to first seek government approval,... more
Polish mobile operator P4, which trades under the brand name Play, is looking to gain a foothold in the country’s fixed broadband market. A report from RPKom says that the... more
Telekom Deutschland, the domestic fixed and mobile operating unit of Deutsche Telekom (DT), has enabled VDSL vectoring for a further 189,000 households, allowing it to offer customers in the upgraded... more