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Belarusian state-owned national PTO Beltelecom has doubled the download speed of its fastest residential broadband tariff from 100Mbps to 200Mbps but says that there will be no increase in price.... more
Czech operator Nordic Telecom, which holds frequencies to operate wireless broadband and mobile internet services in the 420MHz and 3.7GHz bands, has announced the soft launch of its ‘5G internet... more
International investment firm BC Partners has signed an agreement to acquire a majority stake in Balkan cable operator United Group from KKR. KKR will retain a substantial minority stake in... more
Lebanese pay-TV provider Cablevision has announced the imminent launch of an IP-based TV/entertainment/content service in Beirut in partnership with Meatel, Alpha Networks, Amino, Broadpeak and Viaccess. Cablevision said it will... more
Indonesian operator XL Axiata has confirmed it soft-launched a triple-play service in Jakarta and its environs, using fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) technology in May 2018, with its president Dian Siswarini saying: ‘We... more
Chinese telecoms watchdog the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has published new regulations governing tariffs with a view to simplifying pricing structures and addressing customer concerns. The ‘Notice... more
Belarusian state-backed operator Beltelecom has announced reaching two million subscribers on its GPON direct fibre broadband access network. Beltelecom began deploying the GPON network in 2011, attracting one million GPON-based... more
Belarusian alternative broadband provider Cosmos Telecom (formerly Cosmos TV) has launched a promotional campaign in the capital Minsk, offering a 200Mbps internet connection for just BYN1 (USD0.5) per month for... more
Cableco Rogers has begun providing its Ignite TV IPTV service to customers in Ontario, following trials with company employees, MobileSyrup reported. Although so far a low-key launch with no major... more
KPN of the Netherlands has announced it will stop providing its OTT TV service ‘KPN Play’ on 2 July 2018, due to insufficient customer demand, reports Dutch-based Telecompaper. KPN was... more