Australian-listed telecommunications provider M2 will buy New Zealand's third-largest internet service provider.
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Switzerland's third-placed mobile operator has changed hands once again.
Deutsche Telekom and Orange have confirmed they're in early talks with BT over the possible sale of EE, following earlier discussions with BT and O2 over a similar deal.
ViewQwest announces its new 2Gbps fiber broadband service to be made commercially available in early-2015, offering the fastest residential internet connection in Singapore.
Orange has added a pair of smartphones to its own-brand range, to be launched in a handful of European countries.
The new ISP offers 70GB and 250GB plans for residents of metropolitan NSW in select locations.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is on the way - here's the low down on the contract and SIM-free deals in the UK.
We all know what happens when an entire suburb turns on their split-cycle air conditioners on a 43-degree day. This is the same thing that happens to shared HFC networks when a few fanatics set out to download every piece of data known to man.
Ofcom has launched a consultation on the use of white-space that could see the reuse of TV spectrum to provide connectivity for a range of uses and devices before the end of next year.
Ofcom has finalised the rules of the upcoming spectrum auction process that will allow O2, Vodafone, Three and other operators to introduce their own mobile 4G services.
EE's 4G service is set to go live in one week, but the cheapest package costs £36 per month and will only get you 500MB of data usage.The company wants to make the most of its head start over its rivals.
According to reports, the BPI has asked the UK's largest ISPs to block access to the file-sharing sites Fenopy, H33t and Kickass Torrents. As per usual, the ISPs have refused to do so without a court order.
Orange and T-Mobile parent EE, Three, Vodafone and O2 parent Telefonica are pooling forces to make sure digital TV services are cleared in the 800MHz band so that 4G LTE in the spectrum can go ahead as planned.
EE's rivals will be able to launch their own LTE services in much of the UK during the first half of next year, rather than later. Making this possible was far more complex than simply bashing heads together.
The UK authorities have given the operators permission to share towers and masts, as well as the telecoms kit attached, paving the way for 98 percent coverage for 2G, 3G and 4G services within three years.
Everything Everywhere, Vodafone and O2 have won unconditional approval from the European Commission for their mobile payments joint venture, despite complaints from Three, Google and others.
UK telecoms regulator Ofcom has decided that Everything Everywhere can start offering 4G services before the end of the year, ahead of the 4G spectrum auction next year. While the move may anger rivals, it will benefit consumers, at least in the short term.
The regulator has updated Everything Everywhere's licences to allow the operator to reuse its 2G spectrum for 4G fast mobile broadband - as much as a year before rivals get to play the 4G game
The ISP has followed BT, Sky and TalkTalk in complying with a court order forcing it to stop access to the Usenet aggregator, after six movie studios won a copyright infringement case
New data roaming laws came into effect in the UK on Sunday, putting a limit on how much operators can charge for data use on mobiles and tablets. What do their new plans look like?
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