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Telecoms Higher After Verizon Earnings — Telecoms Roundup – Fox Business

Shares of telecommunications companies rose after another large carrier posted surprisingly strong earnings. Continue Reading Below Shares of Verizon Communications rose by more than 7% after it reported a surprisingly large number of subscriber additions, helped by the removal of data overage charges on some plans. Verizon added 614,000 net postpaid subscribers in the second quarter, a major improvement over ... Read More »

Boosting Telecoms Service with New Solutions – THISDAY Newspapers

The new measure adopted by telecoms operators to roll out innovative solutions will no doubt enhance subscribers’ experience in service offerings, writes Emma Okonji In order to cushion the effect of the difficult times that subscribers are currently passing through, occasioned by the harsh economic climate of the country, licensed telecoms operators have continued to introduce value added services (VAS), that ... Read More »

Dublin telecoms provider signs deal worth €500,000 – The Irish Times – Irish Times

Dublin-based IP Telecom has signed a wholesale deal with Cork-based GoldStar Telecom worth €500,000. The three-year deal will see IP Telecom provide the Munster company with wholesale voice traffic, number porting and provisioning. Founded in 2010, IP Telecom is a voice over internet protocol (VoIP) provider to SMEs and larger enterprises. Essentially, the company offers phone systems that are based ... Read More »

Dublin telecoms provider signs deal worth €500000 – Irish Times

Dublin-based IP Telecom has signed a wholesale deal with Cork-based GoldStar Telecom worth €500,000. The three-year deal will see IP Telecom provide the Munster company with wholesale voice traffic, number porting and provisioning. Founded in 2010, IP Telecom is a voice over internet protocol (VoIP) provider to SMEs and larger enterprises. Essentially, the company offers phone systems that are based ... Read More »

Moody's Predicts Pick Up In M&A In UK Telecom Sector – Interactive Investor

LONDON (Alliance News) – Mergers and acquisitions within the UK fixed-line telecoms and cable sector could be on the rise as fixed-line companies look to converge their networks with mobile-only operators to improve their service offering and boost future growth, said Moody’s Investors Service on Tuesday. Convergence refers to the combination of multiple communications services into a single network to ... Read More »

Ofcom dodges chance to inject competition into UK telecoms – City A.M.

Earlier this month, Ofcom published a new initiative to “help make it easier for communications customers to get better deals”. It sounds positive. But buried in the announcement was a brief mention of the regulator’s decision “not to make changes to the process for switching communications services between Openreach, KCOM, Virgin Media and Sky”. This small print matters. And could ... Read More »

Ag. Telecoms Chamber CEO wins GITTA award – Myjoyonline.com

The acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Chamber of Telecoms has been awarded the Young ICT Ambassador at the 7th Ghana Information Technology and Telecoms Awards for his contribution to the telecom industry. Derek Laryea, was the Head of Research and Communications at the Telecom Chamber and to take over the daily running of the Chamber following the exit of ... Read More »

Orange no longer banking on telecoms for growth – Financial Times

In a sign that the French telecoms scene is stagnating in terms of growth and consolidation opportunities, Stéphane Richard, chief executive of its biggest operator, is banking on another industry to boost earnings: financial services. Later this year, Orange will roll out an online bank that seeks to take advantage of new legislation making it easier for consumers to change their ... Read More »