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Vietnamese-backed cellco Mytel has selected Communication & Commerce (Com & Com) to provide a satellite backhaul solution to support its network expansion. Com & Com’s system will use Newtec’s Cross-Dimensional... more
New Zealand telco Spark has announced that half of its broadband user base has moved from copper networks onto newer, ‘future-proofed’ technology platforms such as fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) and fixed-wireless access... more
Singapore fixed and mobile operator M1 and Chinese equipment maker Huawei say they will continue joint tests of 5G technology for the remainder of this year, including working to complete... more
Algerie Telecom (AT) has lost a court case brought by consumer protection association APOCE regarding the telco’s scrapping of a low-cost offer for fixed modem 4G LTE wireless broadband users,... more
In a website update, Belarusian mobile network operator MTS Belarus has provided details of the latest areas to receive 4G services. Under its ongoing LTE rollout programme – which is... more
Indian wireless provider Idea Cellular has completed the rollout of VoLTE services to all 20 of its 4G circles, having launched the service in Himachal Pradesh, Odisha, Assam, North East... more
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has announced plans to hold a public inquiry on an application by Visafone Communications to transfer its licence and resources, including spectrum in the 800MHz... more
Thailand’s auction for spectrum in the 1800MHz band has been cancelled after the country’s three largest mobile operators did not submit bid documents, The Bangkok Post writes. True Move, Thailand’s... more
Reliance Communications (RCOM) has returned 70 units of spectrum in the 1800MHz band to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), having failed to find a buyer for the airwaves, the Economic... more
Mexican-owned cellco Claro Peru has commercially launched an LTE-A network in 160 population centres across nine departments. The service, dubbed ‘GigaRed 4.5G’, provides theoretical peak download speeds of 300Mbps to... more