01/09/2011 - 14:36

Sector movers: Vodafone rises on Greek deal
LONDON (SHARECAST) - Telecommunications stocks were heading north on Thursday with sector giant Vodafone heading higher, two days after it confirmed that it is talks to merge its Greek telecoms business with privately-owned rival Wind ...

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01/09/2011 - 13:09

Ofcom gives green light to use TV spectrum for rural broadband
Telecommunications regulator Ofcom has given the go-ahead for internet providers to use unused TV spectrum to deliver broadband to rural areas. The technology works by searching for unused areas of the airwaves or gaps called "white spaces" that exist ...

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01/09/2011 - 13:03

Research and Markets: Czech Republic Telecommunications Report Q4 2011 - In ...
Bradenton Herald
BMI's Q411 Telecoms market report for the Czech Republic contains updates to mobile, ARPU, fixed-line and internet forecasts as well as analysis of new developments in the country's telecoms industry. The analysis and forecasts are based on market data ...

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01/09/2011 - 07:18

SwaziPost wants to be stand-alone entity
The Swazi Observer
Once separated, the postal division would be a stand alone company and the telecommunications likewise. Currently, SwaziPost is a division of the Swaziland Post and Telecommunications Corporation (SPTC). Head of SwaziPost John Mngomezulu said the ...

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01/09/2011 - 04:31

Copyright law supports failing business model - TUANZ head
New Zealand Herald
The new "three strikes" law has been slammed by the head of the Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand. File photo / Thinkstock The head of the Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand has slammed the new "three strikes" law as ...

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31/08/2011 - 22:14

Time Warner Main Telecommunication Line Damaged
Extreme flooding in Vermont, as a result of Tropical Storm Irene has damaged the main telecommunications line. More than 300000 customers in Maine and New Hampshire are being affected ...
Time Warner service interrupted in Maine, NHBangor Daily News

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31/08/2011 - 21:47

Rogers proposes telecommunications tower to expand coverage in Dawson Creek
Rogers Communications is proposing a 40-metre high telecommunications tower to improve wireless service in Dawson Creek and area. The company is proposing to build the facility near the northern edge of the property at 1100 Alaska Avenue, ...

31/08/2011 - 20:01


AT&T, Verizon shares slip, while Sprint rises
AP , 08.31.11, 02:54 PM EDT Shares of the two biggest US cellphone service providers fell Wednesday after the US Justice Department moved to block a major telecommunications acquisition. Shares of AT&T Inc., which is trying to buy T-Mobile USA but is ...
US regulators challenge AT&T/T-Mobile USA dealFinancial Times
DOJ releases statement on suit to block mergerWashington Post (blog)
Justice Department Stalls Plans of Political Giant AT&TCenter for Responsive Politics
Deutsche Welle -The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) -International Business Times
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31/08/2011 - 17:14

Sky News

Biz Briefing: US Blocks £24bn Telecoms Deal
Sky News
American telecommunications company AT&T has been told it can not go ahead with its $39bn (£24bn) takeover of the US arm of T-Mobile. To view this content you need Flash and Javascript enabled in your browser. Please download Flash from the Adobe ...
Biz Briefing: US Blocks £24bn Telecoms Deal106 JACK fm

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31/08/2011 - 17:04

Canada's Arctic a 'telecommunications backwater': Report
Vancouver Sun
IQALUIT — Arctic Canada is a telecommunications backwater and without a federal strategy to increase bandwidth and reduce costs, the North risks falling even further behind, according to a study compiled on behalf of a working group of public safety ...

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