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FAS extends deadline for Russian telcos to end domestic roaming fees – Capacity Media

Russian mobile operators have been given extra time to end national roaming charges, after the federal competition regulator Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) extended the deadline from August to December. Russia’s four major operators – MTS, Beeline (VEON), MegaFon and Tele2 Russia – had all asked for the original August 15 date to be put back after FAS gave them just ... Read More »

DNR: May be up to 5 bears roaming around Gwinnett, sightings continue – Atlanta Journal Constitution

There could be four or five black bears roaming around northern Gwinnett County, Don McGowan, a spokesman with the state wildlife agency, told Channel 2 Action News.  A bear was seen in a park in Dacula multiple times over recent weeks, following sightings in Suwanee and Sugar Hill. One sighting on the Suwanee Greenway prompted Suwanee Elementary School to curtail outdoor ... Read More »

Why Blue Dogs Have Been Roaming Mumbai – Mental Floss

Even if you don’t have a dog, you probably know that they can’t eat chocolate; it’s one of the most well-known toxic substances for canines (and felines, for that matter). But just what is it about chocolate that is so toxic to dogs? Why can’t dogs eat chocolate when we eat it all the time without incident? It comes down ... Read More »

Sunrise introduces unlimited data roaming pack in neighbouring countries – Telecompaper (subscription)

Swiss operator Sunrise offers a roaming package with unlimited internet in five neighbouring countries: Germany, France, Liechtenstein, Italy and Austria. Until 20 October, customers can buy it for the promotional price of CHF 39, down from the standard price of CHF 69 per month. Swiss people take around 23 million trips with overnight stays each year, with 40 percent to ... Read More »

WiFi is coming to Old Falls Street to eliminate cross-border roaming charges – WBFO

Many tourists visiting Niagara Falls, New York discover that while they’re standing on U.S. soil, their smartphone signals are bouncing off Canadian towers, subjecting them to roaming charges. By this fall, leaders on this side of the border believe they’ll solve the problem. WBFO’s Michael Mroziak reports. The Niagara Global Tourism Institute has raised $100,000, half of the estimated cost ... Read More »

Lack Of Ripe Acorns Means More Roaming, Hungry Bears, Ranger Says – Greeneville Sun

USDA Forest Service officials are implementing a forest order for the entire Cherokee National Forest to minimize black bear-human encounters and interactions, the agency announced in a news release this week. This emergency order was issued to provide for visitor safety and the conservation of bears as federal and state land managers have seen an increase in bear activity in ... Read More »

Roaming downtime hits customers on Three in Europe – BBC News

Roaming services have now been fixed for all customers on the Three mobile network in France, Portugal and Luxembourg, the operator has said. Three apologised for the issue, which had lasted since yesterday. On Twitter, several customers complained about problems they had experienced. “The issue with our roaming partners which was affecting roaming service in France, Portugal and Luxembourg has ... Read More »