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03 September 2012
MVNO Lycamobile is reportedly planning to launch services in the US and Canada next month as part of a plan to double its revenue from the more than €1 billion recorded this year.
The Financial Times reports that the group is in the final
stages of technology testing for its North American network and
will set up its own data centres in the region to...
French player Iliad has claimed it is still working on a deal to acquire T-Mobile US, despite failing in its first attempt to enter the US market.
A consortium of seven global operators has announced plans for a new subsea cable system to directly connect south east Asia to the US.
A summary of the week's biggest wholesale telecoms news stories.
French vendor Alcatel-Lucent has partnered with service provider Pioneer Cellular to deploy a 4G LTE overlay network in the states of Oklahoma and Kansas in Midwestern US.
Australian operator Telstra has acquired Silicon Valley’s video platform company Ooyala for $270 million, in a bid to increase its presence in the digital media market.
Bharti Airtel and Kenya Airways have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enable the airline to become a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO).