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By Iain Morris, International Editor, 12/10/2018
Spending values mid-band airwaves at a higher level than in any country bar Italy, with the three existing operators and a new entrant picking up 5G licenses.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 12/10/2018
The arrest of Huawei's CFO on charges of fraud dominates headlines, but US hawks could seek to cripple Huawei in several ways.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 12/10/2018
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia and friends deploy liquid-based basestation cooling in Helsinki; Liquid Telecom invests in Egypt; Deutsche Telekom launches 5G in Warsaw.
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By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 12/7/2018
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Montreal startup wins Nokia's IoT challenge; Tele2 and Deutsche Telekom strike roaming agreement; Ericsson fixes Telefónica's extended outage.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 12/6/2018
Swedish vendor says it is working with customers to identify root causes and solve the problem.
By Steve Polsky, Founder & CEO, Juvo, 12/4/2018
The emergence of the eSIM will make it easier for customers to change operators and force the industry to have a proper conversation about the largely overlooked prepaid side of the business.
By Gagandeep Kaur, Contributing Editor, 12/4/2018
RJio's rivals are responding to its aggressive move into lower-income segments, but their strategy could backfire.
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By Iain Morris, News Editor, 12/3/2018
All three mobile operators in South Korea have now launched 5G networks, and their focus is on the business rather than the consumer market.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 12/3/2018
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Accenture revives Telefónica; Telia's 5G robot; BT tees up new security boss; Deutsche Telekom digitizes breakdown recovery.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 12/3/2018
The French telecom incumbent is taking its AI-powered, digital banking service outside France, with launches planned in Romania and Spain next year.
By Iain Morris, News Editor, 11/30/2018
The tightening of restrictions on China's biggest network equipment maker could deal a major blow to its European customers.
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 11/29/2018
T-Mobile becomes first major mobile operator to offer a mobile banking service in the US.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 11/29/2018
Embattled Chinese equipment vendor is staring at trouble after US senators called for an investigation into possible sanctions breaches in Venezuela.
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