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Amendments to Telecoms Law Passed – The Irrawaddy News Magazine

An anti-Article 66(d) demonstrator in Yangon, January 2017. / The Irrawaddy By San Yamin Aung 24 August 2017 YANGON — Myanmar’s Upper House of Parliament has passed a bill amending the 2013 Telecommunications Law, as per the amendments sent back from the Lower House. During the parliamentary session on Thursday, no Upper House lawmakers objected to the amendments that were approved ... Read More »

Fierce war among telecoms continue – Indiainfoline

The exceptional growth of Reliance Jio Infocomm’s subscriber base has been stirring the telecom sector and putting pressure on established players in the industry. Reliance Jio Infocom recorded the highest net addition of 56.2 million subscribers which is much higher than the others service providers like Idea with 11.7 million subscribers and Bharti Airtel with 5.9 million subscribers during Q3 ... Read More »

Beijing's bid to redirect Chinese cash from London property to Vanuatu telecoms – South China Morning Post

Beijing’s new restrictions on overseas investment will redirect the flow of Chinese cash away from mega property deals and towards new sectors such as tech, analysts say. Investors will need approval from regulators for overseas deals in real estate, cinemas and soccer clubs, while gambling and the sex industry are on the banned list. But projects to do with the ... Read More »

AT&T, Telecoms Edge Toward Win in Long-Running Infringement Case – Delaware Business Court Insider

AT&T Corp. and other phone service providers on Tuesday moved closer to ending a long-running infringement suit over systems for transmitting high-frequency data signals over telephone networks. This premium content is reserved for Delaware Business Court Insider subscribers. Continue reading by getting started with a subscription. <!– We’ve noticed you enjoy reading articles outside of your subscription.Expand your coverage at ... Read More »

Virtualisation and software-driven telecoms: Why OSS and BSS systems are evolving – Information Age

Telcos are continuously preparing to adapt themselves to software-driven and virtualised services One of the biggest shifts in technology is virtualisation. Increasingly virtualised and software-driven services are driving more and more digitisation in the lives of consumers. The introduction of Wi-Fi, 4G and now 5G services, for example, has opened up countless possibilities for consumers to stay connected. Leveraging the ... Read More »

Cambodian telecoms firm partners with China's Huawei to bring 4.5G service – China Daily

The logo of Huawei is seen at a store in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, Jan 19, 2017. [Photo/VCG] PHNOM PENH – Cambodia’s mobile telecommunications company Smart Axiata, in partnership with global ICT solutions provider Huawei, launched the 4.5G network in Cambodia on Monday. Cambodian Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Tram Iv Tek said Smart Axiata was the first telecom operator that ... Read More »

Telecoms operators lament falling revenue over OTT platforms … – Guardian (blog)

Telecom mast • NCC urges ALTON to be innovativeTelecommunications operators have lamented diminishing revenue caused by the operations of Over-the-Top Platforms (OTT). The Chairman of the Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON), Gbenga Adebayo disclosed the position of the group at the weekend in Lagos. He listed the platforms as Skype, Whatsapp, Wechat, Facebook, Viber and IMO. Quoting ... Read More »

Telecoms operators lament falling revenue over OTT platforms – Guardian (blog)

Telecom mast • NCC urges ALTON to be innovativeTelecommunications operators have lamented diminishing revenue caused by the operations of Over-the-Top Platforms (OTT). The Chairman of the Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON), Gbenga Adebayo disclosed the position of the group at the weekend in Lagos. He listed the platforms as Skype, Whatsapp, Wechat, Facebook, Viber and IMO. Quoting ... Read More »

Another fine mess from the telecoms industry – Telegraph.co.uk

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Telegraph.co.uk Another fine mess from the telecoms industryTelegraph.co.ukThe whole thing is a mess of a type the telecoms industry has become very adept at creating for itself. Hundreds of millions of pounds in legal fees must have been paid out in the last decade. The stakes this time are higher, however. Britain's status …and more » ... Read More »