Friday 28 November 2014
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28/11/14

Happy Thanksgiving for FCC but US telcos need to talk turkey

Customers could well be stuck with the bill as operators fork out nearly $40 billion and counting on AWS-3 spectrum.

28/11/14

AT&T reaffirms fibre plan following FCC fracas

U.S. telco still aims to deploy FTTP in 25 cities but warns regulatory uncertainty means further plans are on hold.

27/11/14

European Parliament backs breaking up Google

Brussels calls on member states, European Commission to separate search engines from 'other' commercial services.

27/11/14

France OKs Numericable's Virgin takeover

Numericable's commitment to opening up its cable network will suffice to safeguard competition, regulatory body rules.

27/11/14

America Movil wins 3G, 4G spectrum in Argentina

SeCom announces Claro as first company to win airwaves in last month's auction.

26/11/14

Six companies to take part in Polish spectrum auction

Incumbent operators, newcomers line up for LTE spectrum in 800 MHz and 2.6 GHz bands.

26/11/14

Broadband key part of EU's €315bn investment plan

Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker says Europe needs a kick-start.

25/11/14

UK telcos call on Ofcom to curb BT's 'monopoly'

Association that includes Vodafone, Sky and TalkTalk among its members says incumbent is stifling competition in business services market.

25/11/14

FCC auction bids top $36bn

AWS-3 spectrum set to fetch more than double the amount of money of 2008 700-MHz auction.

25/11/14

T-Mobile US to end confusion over throttled data speeds

US operator agrees to direct customers that have exceeded their data caps to more accurate network speed tests.

24/11/14

C&W's Columbus buy raises competition concerns

East Caribbean regulator expresses 'deep concern' about threat to competition; Digicel also wades in.

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