Recently Google has released its new Nexus 6 mobile phone, and it comes with several tweaks, one of which is the fact, that the device is locked for several carriers. Previously Nexus smart phones were open for all carriers and any SIM cards, but it seems that Nexus 6 still can be useful for various carriers in some cases.
China’s state-backed IPTV service was launched in Beijing last week with more than 1,000 hours of programmes per day.
The Warsaw Business Journal has revealed that Netia and Telekomunikacja Polska (TP Group) have come to an agreement over the fees the former will pay for accessing TP’s network.
The Malaysian government is set to examine the existing rates paid by subscribers for broadband services with a view to increasing the uptake of such services, The Star Online reports.
Indonesia’s largest telco by customers and revenues, Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom), has revealed plans to issue a rupiah denominated bond worth IDR2 trillion (USD214 million) in H1 2010 to help finance this year’s CAPEX, The Jakarta News reports.
Econet Wireless International (EWI) has reportedly offered USD15 million to buy out PME African Infrastructure Opportunities’ 49.5% stake in their mobile joint venture, Econet Wireless Burundi.
Following the recent announcement that an Egyptian appeals committee had rejected a call by Orascom Telecom to halt the sale of shares in mobile network operator MobiNil to France Telecom (FT), Orascom has announced it will launch a legal challenge to block the sale.
Telecom Egypt (TE) has announced that it has acquired the remaining 4.95% of shares it did not own in broadband subsidiary TE Data, Reuters reports.
Bangladesh's telecoms regulator has approved Indian mobile giant Bharti Airtel's USD300 million proposal to buy a 70% stake in Warid Telecom (Bangladesh) and invest in developing the country’s fourth largest cellular network operator, which is currently wholly owned by the UAE’s Abu Dhabi Group.
Hong Kong-based mobile group Hutchison Telecommunications International Ltd (HTIL) revealed that its parent group Hutchison Whampoa Ltd is preparing to launch an offer to take the firm private.
Gemalto has confirmed that it has subscribed to a capital increase in messaging aggregator, Netsize, with an option to potentially acquire the company outright at a later date. Prior to this capital increase, Gemalto already held 24% of Netsize. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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