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Internet giant Facebook is close to being granted an electronic money licence for payment and remittance services, in the company's latest effort to boost mobile services.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has approved Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of mobile messaging service WhatsApp, according to reports.
SingTel Group and technology firm Samsung have today announced four joint initiatives designed to enhance mobile data services for customers.
Liberty Global’s wholesale arm has today been awarded the Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certification for its Ethernet services across Europe.
PCCW Global has signed an agreement with urban complex developer Shanghai Zendai to provide technology and telecoms services to a smart city being developed in South Africa.
Kuwaiti operator Zain has reportedly been sued for $4.5 billion by an undisclosed company over its purchase of Iraqi operator Iraqna in 2007.
Reliance Jio Infocomm has signed an agreement with independent telecoms tower firm ATC India, to share its infrastructure in the country.
Colt has announced plans to eliminate 85% of its carrier voice contracts, after the company announced it was expecting a €175 million fall in revenues from the unit.
AT&T told reporters today that it expects to expand its ultra-fast fibre network and TV services to include an additional 21 cities across the US.
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