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Canada’s Rogers Communications has announced a multi-year mobile network technology development plan in partnership with Ericsson, including 5G tests. Under the plan, Rogers will continue to roll out a Gigabit... more
Maltese fixed and mobile operator GO has launched its first LTE-A 4G cellular services under the name ‘4G+’. The firm says existing 4G customers will be able to use the... more
Government-owned wholesale network provider Benin Telecoms Infrastructures has reported that the first phase of the national ‘PDI2T’ telecoms development project, which began in December 2016, was 83% completed by 31... more
Bangladeshi operator Robi Axiata – which merged with smaller rival Airtel in November 2016 – has introduced LTE-A services in the Singra region. The new network – marketed as ‘4.5G’... more
British telecoms regulator Ofcom has published the final result of its recent spectrum auction, after concluding the process of allocating frequencies for the four winning bidders. The industry watchdog confirmed... more
Nokia and Japanese mobile operator KDDI (au) have completed proof-of-concept trials to evaluate the role of 4G LTE cellular technology in enabling safe, cost-efficient, low-latency car connectivity. The Finland-based equipment... more
British cellco O2 UK has announced plans to deploy up to 300 small cells across London in partnership with communications infrastructure company Arqiva. Claiming that the project represents ‘one of... more
Vodafone UK claims to have become the first British mobile network operator (MNO) to complete a test of 5G spectrum across an existing live network. In a press release regarding... more
Azerfon (Nar), Azerbaijan’s third largest mobile network operator (MNO) by subscribers, has announced that during Q1 2018 it expanded its 4G LTE network with the addition of 84 base transceiver... more
South Korean mobile network operator (MNO) SK Telecom (SKT) is conducting a ‘major’ trial of LTE public safety technologies in partnership with Finnish vendor Nokia. For the trials, Nokia has... more