6 Jul 2022


Movistar Mexico has completed AT&T traffic migration, executive reveals

Telefonica Moviles Mexico (Movistar) has reportedly completed the migration of its 3G and 4G data traffic onto the AT&T Mexico network, around two-and-a-half years after signing an infrastructure-sharing agreement with... more

Bolivia to pave the way for 5G with new spectrum monitoring system

Edgar Montano, Bolivia’s Minister of Public Works, Services and Housing, and Nestor Rios, the director of the Authority for the Regulation and Oversight of Telecommunications and Transportation (Autoridad de Regulacion... more

Slovak Telekom playing catch-up with rivals on VoLTE, VoWiFi

Slovak Telekom (ST) – which introduced VoLTE mobile calling services for post-paid consumers back in 2017 – is yet to expand the voice-over-4G capability to its whole customer base, with... more

Fixed Broadband

Shaw Business launches 2Gbps internet service

Shaw Communications’ business division has launched ‘Fibre+ Gig 2.0’, a 2Gbps internet service aimed at supporting demand from businesses of all sizes across Western Canada to connect their data-heavy applications... more


WOM to sell 3,800 sites to Phoenix Tower

Infrastructure provider Phoenix Tower International has agreed to acquire up to 3,800 sites from WOM Chile for a total consideration of USD930 million. The acquisition includes 2,335 tower sites at... more

Morrison & Co to acquire FiberLight

A consortium led by funds managed by global infrastructure investment firm H.R.L. Morrison & Co, and including the Australian Retirement Trust (ART) and a managed client of UBS Asset Management,... more

Divestment of Mila to Ardian facing a regulatory hurdle

Icelandic telecoms operator Siminn has revealed that the Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) has completed the initial assessment of the proposed divestment of wholesaler Mila to French investment fund Ardian Infrastructure,... more