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28 November 2012
| Kavit Majithia
The Czech Telecommunication Office (CTU) has said it will not announce results for the sale of 4G frequencies today as expected.
No reason was given for why the delay has occurred, or why the auction has been left open. It also...
Malaysian operator Celcom Axiata does not expect to see large profitability from its 4G LTE network until late 2014, despite rolling out its network earlier this week, the company said.
BT has confirmed it is searching for a partner to help roll out a domestic mobile network following its £200 million investment in UK 4G spectrum.
Network services company Spirent has seen a 17.5% drop in year-on-year revenues for Q1, 2013.
France Telecom CFO Gervais Pellissier has said he hopes the company’s 4G LTE network will help re-establish the operator in its domestic market.
SingTel has launched what is claimed to be Singapore’s first 150Mbps mobile broadband 4G LTE network.
Tele2 Netherlands will delay the launch of a 4G network until 2014, a company spokesperson told reporters.
Which major European operator is likely to lead investments for securing emerging market presence in 2013?
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