The former chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Graeme Samuel has warned the regulator to ensure that telcos don't build up monopolies on content.
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Germany, US, and UK top a broadband study which claims there is a link between spending on telecoms infrastructure and GDP.
How successful EE, Vodafone, O2 and Three are at connecting calls has been scrutinised by the UK telecoms watchdog.
Vodafone and Optus have both submitted their responses to the Competition Policy Review outlining that Telstra's market dominance is impeding on their shot to increase any market power in the telco sector.
The Chinese telecoms giant is continuing its investment in the UK with a new plant for chips and software.
Bouygues is hoping to defuse competition tensions by offering to sell its network and spectrum to rival telco Free.
Norway's telecoms regulator has brought in regulations meaning that the country's biggest telco will have to offer local-loop unbundling for its fibre access network as well as its copper.
Amid anti-competition concerns, the telecoms regulator has given its nod to the S$126 million deal but with extra conditions added. It also believes the consolidation can improve Singapore's network resiliency contrary to worries.
Wide telecoms-industry participation could eventually help Telco Together Foundation funnel millions per month to indigenous, refugee, homeless and mental-health charities.
World's largest telco by subscriber base hit US$10.3 billion profit in the first half of the year. It warns of intensifying competition from OTT players and the "substitution effect" from the Internet business.
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.
The Australian competition watchdog has alleged that Brisbane-based mobile telco Startel has contravened Australian Consumer Law over telemarketing services.
Does outsourcing leave the government too reliant on suppliers? Competition watchdog probes government IT market
The Office of Fair Trading is investigating the state of competition in the UK public sector tech market, and whether it is too hard for small businesses to compete.
The telecommunications industry has welcomed new Communications Minister Anthony Albanese and the ministers under him.
UK politicians want a review of the process that checks equipment provided by the Chinese telecoms giant Huawei to Britain's Critical National Infrastructure.
Market competition is proving to be a double-edged sword for the local telco industry, and this could herald more market regulation and even consolidation according to a government official.
Amid competition from Spotify and Google, the Singapore telco believes its 4-year-old streaming service will hold its own with a stronger regional catalog and buffering technology to retain customers.
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.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker is working with a European telco to launch a smartphone running Mozilla's mobile operating system this year.
The revised international telecoms rules will help billions of people get online, Hamadoun Toure has said at the close of the WCIT meeting. However, censorship fears led several major countries, including the UK and US, to refuse to sign the new rules.
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