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Telus Communications has won a CAD176 million (USD140.6 million) seven-year contract with the Canadian federal government’s Shared Services Canada to provide VoIP telephony, instant messaging and desktop videoconferencing. The deal... more
Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) and Zain Saudi Arabia have announced that they have paid the first instalments (30% of the total sum) for the acquisition of additional spectrum in the 1800MHz... more
Abdullah Al-Sawah, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Communications and IT, has announced that the ban on over-the-top (OTT) VoIP calls will be lifted in Saudi Arabia within a week, the Saudi... more
DOCOMO PACIFIC has confirmed that it is now offering mobile, broadband, fixed line and pay-TV services on a commercial basis. The services are available on a standalone basis, or as... more
IP, networking and technology developer Cataleya has been selected by Japanese telecommunication carrier Sanntuu Corporation to supply it with its next generation Session Border Controller (SBC) Orchid One platform to... more
Mobile network operator (MNO) XL Axiata has announced plans to test voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) this year, with company director Yessie D Yosetya noting that on the current XL network, packet switched... more
Japanese behemoth Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT Corp) has announced plans to introduce a flat rate for all domestic landline calls, starting in 2024. The Asahi Shimbun writes that... more
Claro Argentina, the country’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, has launched Voice-over-Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) functionality for users with compatible smartphones. The cellco notes that the service is designed to help users... more
KPN has given an update on its timetable for modernising and replacing legacy PSTN/ISDN fixed telephony network platforms and services with all-IP architecture and solutions, citing changes in customer requirements... more
Spark New Zealand has unveiled plans to upgrade its fixed line infrastructure, and will switch from its ageing PSTN to a next generation IP-based network over the course of the... more