By ZDNet Staff
| October 29, 2008 -- 06:31 GMT (23:31 PDT)
| Topic: Telcos
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T-Mobile begins piloting in-home LTE internet service
The carrier said the goal is to connect up to 50,000 homes this year using fixed unlimited wireless service over LTE.
TPG-Vodafone merger decision set for May
May 9 will see the ACCC’s draft decision be finally handed down on whether TPG and Vodafone will be allowed to merge.
AT&T, Comcast successfully test SHAKEN/STIR protocol for fighting robocalls
AT&T and Comcast successfully test first SHAKEN/STIR-authenticated call between two different networks.
Canberra kicks in AU$220m to regional telco program
The government will fund two more mobile blackspots rounds with AU$160 million, and a Regional Connectivity Program with AU$60 million.
M1 to delist, begin 'transformation journey'
TPG quarterly profit drops 76 percent after Huawei ban
Singapore lays out ground rules to minimise cable cuts, service disruptions
Singtel’s cross-border payments system expands to Japan
The Via cross-border payments system has expanded into Japan thanks to a partnership with Netstars.
Telstra and Optus to deliver 180 more base stations for mobile blackspot program
Telstra will deploy 131 base stations and Optus 49 under round four of the Australian government’s mobile blackspot program.