New Zealand’s second-largest telecommunications operator Spark has suffered a double-digit decline in its profit following the publication of its financial results for the fiscal year ending June 30th.
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In a recent announcement by Australia's TPG Telecom Ltd, the company mentioned that it was examining a merger deal with rival Vodafone. This move could allow TGP to enter the mobile network market faster and less expensively while lightening the competition in this ruthless industry.The news caused a huge increase of 20% to a near-two-year high in TPG's shares, their best daily gain since 2009.
US search engine colossus Google has announced plans to develop a new mobile app in an effort to re-enter the Chinese market.
Nokia's cloud-native core technology is being deployed by Idea Cellular in Delhi, the capital of India, as part of the operator's transformative steps toward digitalization to meet increasing data demand and mobile broadband growth.
Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei has issued a lengthy statement in which it has ‘blasted’ the decision by the Australia government to ban them from participating in any 5G projects in the country.
US smartphone behemoth Apple is the subject of an investigation in Japan amidst allegations that it engaged in anticompetitive behaviour.
Australian telecommunications operator Singtel Optus has announced that it will cut 440 jobs over the next few months. The operator has described the decision has an extremely difficult one to take, but said it was necessary in order to ‘future-proof’ the company.
Australian telecommunications incumbent Telstra has announced the launch of its 5G services on the Gold Coast.
Chinese telecommunication vendors Huawei and ZTE have been dealt a hammer blow following the confirmation by the Australian government that both will be prohibited from participating in the rollout of 5G networks in the country.
Lobbyists representing both the UK and Canada are reportedly applying pressure on the Australian government to ensure that Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei has a role to play in constructing 5G networks in the country.