2 Sep 2022

Mobile

ComReg issues finding of non-compliance to Three Ireland related to universal service regulations

Ireland’s Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) has announced that it has notified mobile network operator (MNO) Three Ireland of a finding of non-compliance with respect to obligations under universal service... more

Telstra and Ericsson partner on suite of 5G SA services for enterprises

Australia’s Telstra and Swedish vendor Ericsson have announced a suite of upcoming 5G Standalone (SA) automated and orchestrated services for enterprises. In what the two companies claimed was a world... more

Tecnotree signs deal with MTN for 5G digital transformation

Tecnotree, a Finnish global provider of digital transformation solutions, has announced the signing of a multi-million-dollar deal with MTN Nigeria for the deployment of its 5G ready digital BSS solutions.... more

Bite plans 5G launch by year-end

Bite Lithuania has revealed that it plans to launch its 5G network by the end of the year, after being awarded spectrum in the 3.5GHz and 700MHz bands by the... more

CT 5G now covers almost 70% of the population

Montenegrin mobile network operator Crnogorski Telekom (CT) has announced its 5G network has been expanded to 18 cities and now covers 68.92% of the country’s population. The company was the... more

ANCOM requests opinions on future use of 26GHz band

Romania’s National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM) has requested opinions on the potential use of the 26GHz band for the provision of broadband electronic communications services in... more

5G carries 10% of data traffic in main cities, TIM Brasil says

TIM Brasil’s 5G Standalone (SA) network is accounting for 10% of data traffic in the cities of Sao Paulo and Brasilia, Teletime writes, citing the firm’s CTO Leonardo Capdeville. In... more

Fixed Broadband

Cable Compendium: a guide to the week’s submarine and terrestrial developments

The Committee for the Assessment of Foreign Participation in the United States Telecommunications Services Sector is conducting a 120-day initial review of an application for the deployment of Firmina –... more

Five companies to lease fibre from the Bangladesh Railway

The Bangladesh Railway has leased out its spare fibre-optic cables to five telecom companies and ISPs for a period of five years, The Daily Star writes. Under the agreement, Bahon... more

Miscellaneous

JCRA issues update on proposed Class II licence modifications

An update regarding proposed modifications to the Class II licences assigned to Clear Mobitel (Jersey), Homenet, Jersey Airtel and Newtel has been published by the Jersey Competition Regulatory Authority (JCRA).... more