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Dutch-based Altice Europe is planning to raise EUR2.5 billion (USD2.9 billion) by selling stakes in its telecoms towers businesses in France and Portugal, with a view to reducing its debt... more
The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) is pushing through a cut in mobile data rates. From 1 July out-of-bundle mobile internet access will be charged at USD0.05... more
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
British mobile network operator (MNO) Vodafone UK has named seven of the country’s largest cities as locations that will become its ‘5G trial areas’. Confirming that it expects to begin... more
Digicel Group plans to complete the sale and leaseback of 450 cell towers across the Caribbean by the end of September, the Irish Times reports, as part of a wider... more
Chilean sector watchdog the Department of Telecommunications (Subsecretaria de Telecomunicaciones, Subtel) has ordered Claro, Entel, Grupo GTD, Movistar and VTR to halt commercial use of the 3.5GHz band after its... 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
TIM Brasil is launching an NB-IoT pilot network in Santa Rita do Sapucai, using the 700MHz band, ahead of a commercial rollout expected to begin later this year, Teletime reports.... more
Russia’s Sistema group has completed its exit of the Indian telecoms market, having sold its 10% stake in Reliance Communications (RCOM) in multiple tranches over the last few months, the... more