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Dish plans mobile satellite LTE network

Dish Network has unveiled plans to deploy a mobile and satellite network based on LTE. The US pay-TV operator said in a filing with the Federal Communications Commission that the…

Swisscom adds mobile subscription to TV packages

On August 2nd 2011 Swisscom is launching a new Vivo Casa package. In addition to Swisscom TV, fixed-line telephony and Internet, the new Vivo Tutto package will also include a…

Belgian MSOs challenge cable regulations

Belgian MSOs challenge cable regulations

Belgian cable operators Telenet and are to appeal the decision by regulator group CRC to regulate the country’s broadcast market. The CRC, which includes regulators the VRM, BIPT, CSA and…

Everything Everywhere chief executive quits

The boss of Everything Everywhere, the parent group of UK mobile phone networks Orange and T-Mobile, is standing down for “personal reasons”. Tom Alexander, who will leave the chief executive…

Europeans prefer triple-play packages

Four out of ten Europeans households are buying ‘bundled’ Internet, phone and TV services from a single provider, a Eurobarometer survey shows. The survey also found that 65 per cent…

Italy TV spectrum sale mess

Italy TV spectrum sale mess

Italy’s plans to raise $3.5 billion by selling off its analogue TV spectrum are in chaos. There are more than one hundred local TV channels involved who say they will…

Grupo Televisa to enter mobile phone market?

Mexican television broadcaster, Grupo Televisa has confirmed that it is in talks with the mobile network operator, Grupo Iusacell over a possible joint-venture. Televisa said that it intends to enter…

4G auction for UK

4G auction for UK

Ofcom has launched a consultation on how best to sell off the rights to the next generation of mobile networks. The auction of 4G spectrum will be the biggest ever,…

AT&T connects with T-Mobile USA

US communications giant AT&T has moved to protect itself from future problems of spectrum exhaust resulting from burgeoning demand for mobile broadband by acquiring rival mobile operator T-Mobile USA from…

Networks want to charge mobile content providers

Mobile phone operators are stepping up their campaign to charge Internet content providers for data traffic on their networks. Franco Bernabè, chairman of the GSMA, the mobile operators’ representative body,…