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South Korea’s KT Corp and SK Telecom (SKT) are officially closing wireless broadband services based on WiBro technology by the end of this year, reports ZDNet. KT Corp announced that... more
Internux President Director Dicky Moechtar has claimed that it has ‘escaped’ a decision by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT, aka KemKominfo), to revoke its radio frequency band... more
Latvian telecoms watchdog the Public Utilities Commission (Sabiedrisko Pakalpojumu Regulesanas Komisija [SPRK]) has agreed to extend the duration of several spectrum licences held by ISP Unistars. The expiry date for... more
In a three-to-one vote the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted changes to the rules governing licensing areas for the 3550MHz-3700MHz (3.5GHz) Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band. Licence areas... more
Bangladeshi WiMAX operator Qubee, a subsidiary of Augere Wireless Broadband Bangladesh, shut down its network for residential subscribers on 30 August, as it seeks to focus on enterprise customers, The... more
Bangladeshi ISP Augere Wireless Broadband, which has offered WiMAX services under the Qubee banner since 2009, has reportedly upgraded its networks to the TD-LTE standard in the cities of Bogra... more
Iranian cellco and ISP MTN Irancell has announced that it will be switching off its WiMAX wireless broadband systems on 21 May, with all remaining customers being migrated to its... more
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to consider updating the framework for licensing Educational Broadband Service (EBS) spectrum in the 2496MHz-2690MHz (2.5GHz) band.... more
The Nikkei Daily writes that Japanese carrier KDDI Corp is willing to spend up to JPY200 billion (USD1.82 billion) in the current fiscal year to expand its presence in Southeast... more
Italian wireless broadband operator GO internet has signed a spectrum sharing deal with rival operator Linkem. The two firms will share frequencies in the 3.5GHz band, which GO says will... more