Telecommunications

Elon Musk's Starlink to Enter Telecoms Market of Sri Lanka After Changing Decades-Old Law

Sri Lanka has approved changes to its telecommunications law to allow Elon Musk's Starlink to establish operations in the South Asian nation.


NATO Supports to Reroute Internet from Undersea Cables to Space

NATO’s Science for Peace and Security Program approved an over $400,000 grant to the HEIST research program aimed at keeping the internet running in the event that underwater cables get sabotaged...

China Telecom, China Mobile Face US Government Investigations Over Data Misuse Concerns

The United States (US) is investigating China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom over data misuse concerns...

PH Telco Giant PLDT Aims to Sell Almost 50% of Its Stake; $1 Billion Deal Now Being Finalized

A Philippine telco giant is planning to sell almost 50% of its business. It's now finalizing a $1 billion deal with a foreign entity...


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PLDT to Maintain Capital Spending at Record Level to prepare for Telstra entry
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. will allocate another record level 43 billion pesos ($915 million) in capital spending this year to defeat domestic competition and prepare for the possible entr
Verizon Brings Back $20 Activation Fee For Devices
Verizon announces the resume of $20 activation fee whenever a customer adds a new line to their service. The fee would be a one-time charge and will not be charged again on future bills.
Verizon plans to sell its business for $10 billion
Verizon Communications Inc. is considering to sell parts of its enterprise which could be worth as much as $10 billion. The company plans to focus on its core business.
Huawei to invest $1bn in ICT; keen on graphene applications
Chinese mobile maker Huawei Technologies Co Ltd has decided to invest $1billion on information and communication technology (ICT) development over the next five years. Huawei will work closely with Br
Major French telecom groups are applying for 4G mobile spectrum auction
France will soon get a boost in internet speed as its telecoms regulator ARCEP announced on Tuesday that it had received applications for the upcoming 4G mobile spectrum auction.
Sprint's bonds tumble as Moody's downgrades US wireless major
The US wireless major Sprint backed bonds tumbled in the market following the downgrade by Moody's, which sees increasing burden of debt maturities, brutal competitions and lack of operational stabili
Kuwait's Zain telecom giant dials in margin push investment
Kuwait telecom major Zain has decided to invest in technology firms that boost the weakening margins following the sluggish subscriber numbers and drop in revenues. As part of its investment strategy
AT&T counting on DirecTV, expansion in Mexico for topline, bottomline growth
Despite escalating capital expenditure, the US-based wireless carrier AT&T is optimistic of achieving double-digit growth in revenues for the second half of 2015.
AT&T meets earnings estimates, clocks $33B revenues in Q2
AT&T recorded 1.4% growth in revenues taking to $33 billion during the second quarter of 2015 and increased the number of wireless customers by 2.1million during the period. The market analysts projec
AT&T will charge additional fees for new installation and upgrades starting August 1
Starting August 1, AT&T will charge $45 for new installations and upgrades to those who are under a one to two-year contract. AT&T will also charge another $15 activation fee for the new subscribers o
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