The Dutch telco has bought out its joint venture partner, becoming sole owner of the fibre broadband provider.
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The minimum speed has been set by the national telecoms body and is part of a plan of progressive improvements
Two of the United States' largest telecommunications companies, AT&T and Verizon, are shying away from the government's move to boost its definition of what constitutes broadband from 4Mbps to 10Mbps.
New Zealand network operator posts a flat result, but a regulated reduction in the prices it can charge for copper broadband services looms in December.
Rebranded telco says focus on the customer is delivering results in the second half of its financial year.
Telstra today won a legal battle against NBN Co in the NSW Supreme Court, with the national broadband company set to pay the telco an extra AU$200 million unless it successfully appeals the ruling.
The regulatory status quo, cutting the amount Chorus can charge for wholesale copper broadband services, remains in place.
Gosford is Australia's first council to be a licensed telecommunications carrier – but for the council it's not so much about competing with existing telcos, as it is about facilitating a cloud and NBN-driven technology reinvention.
The South African telecoms regulator dismisses objections to local loop unbundling and says it will push through rules required to govern open access fixed line and wireless networks.
The Commerce Commission is shaping up to cut the price New Zealand network operator Chorus can charge for its regulated unbundled copper low frequency voice service, and to backdate its determination.
Development of new IT, operational and business support systems to support an FttN network would require a massive, expensive and risk-fraught IT development process, NBN Co warned the incoming minister in a confidential analysis.
A proposal that will give indirectly SingTel total ownership of Singapore's fiber broadband network builder is slammed by rival telco M1, while some SingTel investors are disappointed in potentially missing out on special dividends.
Singapore telco has realigned sales and marketing functions for a more integrated enterprise and consumer approach. Separately, while Q2 profit rose 16 percent it is still suffering from intense competition in broadband.
Chinese telco to phase out lower speed packages with faster connections of least 4Mbps starting Friday, in response to government's goal of having 75 percent of broadband users on that speed this year.
Singapore telco books 3 percent rise in Q1 net profit but sees ARPU pressure from OTT players on mobile income, and warns of intense competition in broadband space from newcomers.
The AU$37.4 billion network has crippled the growth of the cloud industry, according to the cloud service provider.
Indian telco will acquire the 74 percent stake it does not own in the joint venture, which manages its fixed-line and broadband network.
The telco, which used to be a mobile player before it sold O2 to Telefónica in 2005, will take part in the upcoming 4G spectrum auction. It is quite likely, though, that it wants the airwaves to provide a wireless alternative to fixed-line broadband.
Slow broadband in rural areas is often a fact of life for local inhabitants that has to be endured until one of the big telecoms operators decides it's economically viable to extend their network. It's not easy, but not-for-profit grassroots community projects can provide an economically viable alternative.
Singapore's second largest telco sees uplift from fixed network, pay TV and broadband services, offsetting a drop in mobile revenue and marketshare, and pay TV subscribers.
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