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Telekom Is A Landline Provider Of The Year 2017

The readers of the dealer magazine Telecom trade have selected the Telekom for the Landline of the year 2017 The telecom is the fixed-line provider of the year 2017 . This was the result of a survey conducted by the dealer magazine Telecom-Handel, which was conducted among the readers – mainly retailers and retailers of the mobile and fixed network providers. The Telekom reached…

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Romanians use 756 MB of mobile internet traffic on average monthly

The average user of mobile telephony and mobile internet is using 756 MB per month, sends 65 national SMSs and calls 255 minutes on average from their own terminal, the National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM) informs a press release, quoting Veritel.ro data. The data indicate a 50 percent increase in mobile internet consumption, as well as…

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Ofcom: Total UK telecoms spend rises to £35.6bn

“Overall, spend on telecoms services accounted for 3.8 per cent of average total household spend during the year, the highest proportion recorded since 2012. Figure was driven mainly by take up of superfast broadband services Revenue for total telecoms spent by consumers in the UK grew 0.4 per cent year-on-year to £35.6 billion, driven by take up of superfast broadband…

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Singaporeans need at least 6GB of data in a month – Survey

With the swift growth of online services, data has become vital for worldwide users. But for Singaporeans, at least 6GB of data is what they need on a monthly basis, as per a survey. The survey, conducted by Circles.Life, the Lion City’s newly established telecom operator, reveals that half of its 900 respondents can only last one day without data…

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Alibaba to expand in telecom sector

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is gearing up for expansion in the telecom sector, as it aims to meet the communication demand of millions of small and medium-sized enterprises across China. The Hangzhou-based company, which has emerged as one of China’s two biggest corporations by tapping into the online shopping boom, is stepping up its investment in the…

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South Africa to reduce mobile call tariff

South Africa could impose a new plan to lower mobile call termination rates when the current three-year regulations end on Sept. 30, the telecom regulator’s acting chairman said on Wednesday Reuters has reported Mr Rubben Mohlaloga, an Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) Councillor and Acting Chairman made the plan known to reporters in parliament in Cape Town. READ MORE: MVNO giant Lycamobile…

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Middle East SIM card shipments rise 7% last year

Implementation of ID registration for prepaid cards in some countries will put pressure, analyst says The SIM card shipments in the Middle East rose seven per cent year on year in 2016 due to growing mobile penetration, growth of population and demand. But Jonathan O’Flaherty, research analyst at ABI Research, told Gulf News that the future will be very different…

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The best SIM only deals for business for August 2017

The rise of BYOD (bring your own device) and the growing popularity of dual-SIM handsets has made it increasingly attractive to businesses to kit their workforce with SIM cards rather than full devices. As a reminder, companies do not have to report anything to HM Revenue and Customs or deduct or pay tax and national insurance if they provide the employees with…

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Belgian telecom price increases drive inflation

The steady increase in prices for telecom services is driving above-average inflation in Belgium compared to neighbouring countries, Datanews reports. While overall inflation in Belgium in the second quarter was below the rate in neighbouring countries, inflation in the services sector was higher, at 1.9 percent. This is due largely to price increases for telecom services, which rose by 3.2…

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Portuguese operators improperly charged customers EUR 50 mln

Portuguese telecom operators improperly charged EUR 50 million from their customers as a result of the price rise that Anacom has requested to be reviewed as it does not comply with the duty of information foreseen in the new Communications Law. READ MORE: Why To Consider TEM services? The figures, obtained by daily Diario de Noticias, are from Portuguese consumers association…

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