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Vodafone Germany is set to begin rolling out mobile data speeds of up to 500Mbps to additional cities in the coming weeks, after debuting the high speed LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) network... more
Dave Dyson, the CEO of British mobile network operator (MNO) Three UK, has threatened to launch a legal challenge to sale of spectrum needed for both enhancing 4G services and... more
India‚Äôs largest mobile provider by subscribers, Bharti Airtel, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the 4G business of wireless broadband provider Tikona Digital Networks (TDN) for approximately INR16... more
Telekom Deutschland, the domestic fixed and mobile unit of German telecoms group Deutsche Telekom (DT), has begun the large-scale rollout of LTE in the 900MHz frequency band to improve indoor... more
Deutsche Telekom-controlled T-Mobile Czech Republic has announced the launch of a fixed internet service offering maximum connection speeds of up to 100Mbps, using 4G LTE technology. The carrier, which already... more
State-owned Telecom Niue, the sole wireless provider on the South Pacific island of Niue (located 1,490 miles off the coast of New Zealand), has launched a call for applications for... more
Norwegian telecoms regulator the National Communications Authority (Nkom) has published the final auction rules for its upcoming sale of 900MHz spectrum, while at the same time announcing it has formally... more
Somnet Telecom, a new operator based in south and central Somalia, has announced the launch of a 4G LTE network in the capital Mogadishu. The company is offering a variety... more
Armenian mobile network operator (MNO) U!com, formerly Orange Armenia, has released an update on its ongoing 4G+ network rollout, claiming it now has the most extensive footprint of any carrier... more
The Danish Energy Agency (DEA, or Energistyrelsen) has revealed plans to hold an auction for frequencies in the 700MHz, 900MHz and 2300MHz bands before the end of 2018. To that... more