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The government of Mongolia has agreed to acquire a 40% stake in fixed line and broadband operator Telecom Mongolia from KT Corp of South Korea. The Korean firm is offloading... 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
Senior officials from telecom providers Tunisie Telecom (TT), Orange Tunisia, Ooredoo Tunisia and Lycamobile Tunisia, and sector watchdog the National Telecommunications Authority (Instance Nationale de Telecommunications, INT) have signed a... more
British telecoms regulator Ofcom has detailed its plans for overseeing Openreach, the infrastructure arm of fixed line incumbent BT. As previously reported by CommsUpdate, in March 2017 BT and Ofcom... more
Gambia’s Ministry of Information & Communication Infrastructure (MOICI) has announced that from 7 July 2017 the government has reverted direct control of the country’s sole international voice gateway to state-owned... more
In a flurry of activity, Kosovo’s telecoms watchdog, the Regulatory Authority for Post and Electronic Communications (Autoriteti Rregullator i Komunikimeve Elektronike dhe Postare, ARKEP), published five decisions last week, including... more
Openreach has dropped the BT name from its logo to reflect the infrastructure unit’s separation from its parent BT. The company, which operates the physical assets of BT’s local access... more
Network operators in the Netherlands have lost their appeal over wholesale fixed and mobile call termination rates in the corporate appeals court, allowing the telecoms regulator, the Authority for Consumers... more
Nepal’s leading fixed telephony provider Nepal Telecom (NT) has begun switching its existing PSTN landline service to an IP-based network, writes My Republica. In a statement the telco announced that... more
Poland’s telecoms regulator, the Office of Electronic Communications (Urzad Komunikacji Elektronicznej, UKE), has ordered incumbent operator Orange Polska to reduce its wholesale rates for fixed telephony services. The watchdog says... more