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NZ ups copper wholesale price due to 'unique' local loop network

Commerce Commission rejects Spark's campaign for lower rates in latest draft decision; Chorus still lobbying for higher prices.


LightSquared asks FCC to help it settle GPS dispute

Would-be LTE wholesaler confident it can reach a 'reasonable business compromise' with Deere, Garmin, Trimble.


Telecom Egypt to get 4G licence in 2016

Activation of state-owned telco's unified service licence reportedly set for further delay.


Telenor's Tonne to lead Denmark JV

Nordic telcos announce management team for merged Danish operation, pending European Commission approval.


AT&T says close to consummating DirecTV marriage

U.S. telco again pushes back deadline for completion of takeover of satellite TV provider.


EU agrees to scrap roaming charges by June 2017

Agreement between European Parliament, Council, Commission also set to usher in net neutrality law.


BT accuses Sky of 'selective spin' after call for Openreach probe

U.K. TV and broadband provider has urged Ofcom to ask for CMA investigation that could lead to structural separation of BT's infrastructure arm.


Australian regulator orders Telstra to cut wholesale prices

ACCC says 9.6% reduction in copper access charges will apply from October.


Once more unto the breach, dear Vivendi

French media conglomerate can't seem to shake its love of telecoms, and who can blame it?


FCC working on new spectrum auction rules to help small players

U.S. regulator aims to prevent large companies from 'gaming the system', maintains reserve in 600 MHz auction at 30 MHz.


Thai operators to keep 2G until 2016

Deadline for shutdown of 2G networks in 1800 MHz band pushed back by six months.

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