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Verizon Business to Deliver Enterprise Telecom Services in India
17/01/2008
U.S.-based enterprise telecom giant, Verizon Business, has secured regulatory licenses to provide long distance and international telecommunications services in India, according to a recent statement by the company’s Singapore branch.Verizon Business sees significant potential in India’s fixed-line communications market, despite a decline in traditional telephone use last year, and...
 
Shaw Communications Posts 38% Increase in Quarterly Profits
16/01/2008
Canada’s second biggest cable company, Shaw Communications, has profits of C$112.2 million ($0.26/share) for the fiscal quarter ending on November 30, up 38.3% from the same three-month period a year earlier.Shaw’s revenue increased 10.9% to C$743.8 million, thanks to growth in the company’s digital cable, broadband, and VoIP businesses.Shaw added 8,138 basic cable customers and...
 
AT&T Launches U-verse VoIP Service in Detroit
15/01/2008
America’s biggest phone company, AT&T Inc., has begun offering a VoIP telephone service over its fiber-optic network in Detroit, Michigan, with rates as low as $20 per month.Subscribers can order unlimited calling within the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico for $45 per month, or 1000 minutes of calling time at a monthly cost of $35 (+$0.07 per overtime minute). Customers who also...
 
FCC Approves FairPoint-Verizon Deal in New England States
11/01/2008
America’s Federal Communications Commission has approved FairPoint Communications Inc.’s proposed acquisition of Verizon’s fixed-line telephone businesses in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.“In providing the approval for the necessary license transfers related to this merger, the FCC has recognized this transaction is in the best interest of consumers and...
 
BT Rumoured to be Slowing 21CN Network Spending
07/01/2008
British telecommunications giant, BT, may have recently slowed spending on its 21st Century (21CN) next-generation network initiative, according to Morgan Keegan analyst, Simon Leopold.Our checks suggest BT has slowed spending recently, and its 21CN project faces delays, Leopold wrote in a research note late last week. Within its initiatives, it has pushed back Harmonized Ethernet` based on...
 
Qwest Settles Patent Dispute with Ronald Katz Technology Licensing
28/12/2007
American telecom giant, Qwest Communications, announced yesterday that it had settled a patent lawsuit relating to interactive voice applications, with Ronald Katz Technology Licensing LP.Qwest said that it had agreed to purchase nonexclusive rights to use Katz’s parents, but would not divulge financial specifics of the settlement.Approximately 200 companies have already purchased licenses...
 
Vonage Persists with Patent Settlement Strategy
25/12/2007
Broadband phone provider, Vonage, finalized a settlement agreement with AT&T last Friday, ending a patent dispute between the two companies.Vonage, whose internet phone service acts as an alternative to fixed-line telephone networks, has been hit with a number of patent lawsuits since its Initial Public Offering in May 2006. This fall, the company has adopted a strategy of settling the...
 
Growing Number of Customers Dump Landlines for Wireless
12/12/2007
A growing number of American cell phone users are ditching their fixed-line telephones, and close to a quarter of current landline subscribers would consider using wireless only, according to a recent report by In-Stat.Researchers found that most cord cutters are less than 35 years old, and have a lower income than the average landline subscriber. These people apparently use 22% more wireless...
 
18% of European Households Use Mobile Phones Only
09/12/2007
Almost one fifth of European households have gone completely wireless, curring off their landline telephone subscriptions to use mobile phones alone, according to a recent study by the EU’s statistical office.Eurostat reported that there were 95 wireless subscriptions per 100 EU inhabitants as of 2005, up from just 8 per 100 in 1996, and that 18% of households had mobile phones only as of...
 
British VoIP Firms Must Offer Emergency Service, Ofcom Rules
08/12/2007
UK telecom regulator, Ofcom, has ruled that internet telephone carriers must provide uninterrupted access to Britian’s emergency number, 999, as well as the European Union’s universal emergency line, 112.Carriers have until September 2008 to comply with the ruling, which applies to all VoIP firms that allow their customers to call normal phone numbers over the internet.Ofcom says that...
 
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