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Blockchain in Telecoms Will Become $1 Billion Industry by 2023 … – Cointelegraph

Blockchain will contribute almost $1 billion to the telecoms sector alone within the next five years, MarketWatch reports Wednesday, July 11. a new research forecasts this week. According to a global market research store Research and Markets, blockchain technology in telecoms will explode from a $46.6 million industry in 2018 to one worth $993.8 million in 2023. The 132-page report ... Read More »

Telecoms Operators Threaten to Shut Down Operations over Attacks

Chairman of ALTON, Gbenga Adebayo Emma Okonji Following this week’s attack on MTN facilities and staff across different locations by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), coupled with other attacks on telecoms facilities emanating from government agencies across the country, telecommunication operators have called on the federal government to intervene in order to avoid collapse of the country’s telecoms system. They ... Read More »

Trump's FCC wants to force consumers to pay $225 to review complaints against telecoms

When Trump’s FCC chair Ajit Pai crawled from under a portable toilet in a big telecom parking lot, he had one thing in mind—to destroy any and all protections consumers might have against the already monopolistic control over telecommunications that big telecoms have. To that end, Pai has spoken out loud about wanting to ameliorate the “digital divide,” not by ... Read More »

Blockchain in Telecoms Will Become $1 Billion Industry by 2023: Report – Cointelegraph

Blockchain will contribute almost $1 billion to the telecoms sector alone within the next five years, MarketWatch reports Wednesday, July 11. a new research forecasts this week. According to a global market research store Research and Markets, blockchain technology in telecoms will explode from a $46.6 million industry in 2018 to one worth $993.8 million in 2023. The 132-page report ... Read More »

Vodafone acquires Greek telecoms firm in £105m deal

Vodafone Group has acquired a telecoms firm in Greece for nine figures. The company’s Greek business, Vodafone-Panafon Hellenic Telecommunications Company S.A., snapped up CYTA Telecommunications Hellas S.A. for €118m (c.£105.5m). CYTA Hellas provides fixed and mobile telecommunication services across Greece. With around 300,000 home and business broadband customers, the firm holds around 8% of the country’s fixed broadband market. CYTA ... Read More »

DGAP-News: cyan AG acquires majority stake in I-New Unified Solutions AG, significantly expanding its international reach to Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs)

DGAP-News: cyan AG acquires majority stake in I-New Unified Solutions AG, significantly expanding its international reach to Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) cyan AG acquires majority stake in I-New Unified Solutions AG, significantly expanding its international reach to Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. cyan AG acquires majority stake in ... Read More »

Israeli police quiz Netanyahu again over alleged telecoms fraud

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is currently facing three investigations over alleged corruption, was questioned again by police on 10 July in a case involving Israel’s largest telecoms firm, Reuters reported. The police say Netanyahu awarded regulatory favors to Bezeq Telecom Israel in return for favorable coverage of him and his wife on a news website owned by the ... Read More »

Telecoms complaints reporting changes sensible, pragmatic, says Labor

The Labor Party has welcomed the scope of expansion of the Complaints in Context reporting process for the telecommunications industry, describing the proposed changes as a sensible and pragmatic measure. Labor’s Shadow Minister for Communications Michelle Rowland said to expand the participation of telecommunications providers in the reporting scheme can, in turn, improve public access to comparable baseline measures on ... Read More »