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Canadian Regulators Examine Ethics of Long Distance Calling Cards
07/12/2007
Canada’s Competition Bureau scrutinizing businesses that sell prepaid long distance phone cards, saying that it wants to ensure that customers are clearly informed what they’re getting when purchasing the popular convenience items.The Ottawa-based competition watchdog is asking calling card providers to plainly indicate the effective rate per minute and number of minutes available on...
 
AT&T to Exit U.S. Pay Phone Market
04/12/2007
Leading U.S. telephone provider, AT&T Inc., is planning to exit the pay phone business after 129 years, as high mobile phone penetration reduces the need for fixed-line public telephones.America’s first pay phone was set up in 1878, and had an attendant who took callers’ money. The first coin-operated model was installed at a bank in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1889. Both devices...
 
Embarq Launches Text-to-Voice SMS Messaging Service
27/11/2007
U.S. regional telephone carrier, Embarq, has started rolling out a new “text-to-landline” service capable of translating text messages, including acronyms, into voice messages.The new services has a two-way component, allowing message recipients to respond with a voice message or one of five pre-programmed text responses, including “yes,” “no,” and “where...
 
France Telecom Consortium to Acquire Telkom Kenya
19/11/2007
A consortium of companies led by France Telecom has been selected to acquire a majority stake in Kenya’s incumbent telephone operator, Telkom Kenya, for US$390 million (270 million).Telkom Kenya currently serves approximately 280,000 fixed-line telephone customers, and owns most of the infrastructure that is utilized by Kenya’s various Internet Service Providers.The acquisition of...
 
Vonage Expects to Settle AT&T Patent Lawsuit by Month’s End
09/11/2007
Vonage has reached an agreement in principle to settle its intellectual property dispute with AT&T, the VoIP pioneer announced yesterday.The deal under discussion would have Vonage pay $39 million over five years, in exchange for AT&T dropping its patent infringement lawsuit. Vonage would also agree to drop its counter suit against the telecom giant.“We’re moving in the...
 
Telus Reports 28% Increase in Third-Quarter Profit
05/11/2007
Western Canada’s leading telecom provider, Telus Corp., posted a 28% jump in third-quarter profits on Friday, thanks to continued growth in its wireless and broadband divisions.The Vancouver-based company generated a net profit of $410 million, or $1.24/sher, in the summer quarter, compared to $319.6 million in the same three-month period a year earlier. The most recent results were...
 
Time Warner Telecom Wins Public Voice and Broadband Contract in New York
31/10/2007
Competitive local exchange carrier, Time Warner Telecom Inc., has gained state authorization to sell telecommunications services to state and local government agencies, schools, and nonprofit organizations throughout the U.S. state of New York.The Littleton, Colorado-based business telecom and Ethernet provider won a ten-year contract with the state, making it one of several carriers that...
 
VoIP Still Lags Traditional Telephone Networks in Call Quality
27/10/2007
VoIP users in the U.S. are still experiencing significant sound quality and audio delay problems, according to a recent study by performance monitoring firm, Keynote Systems.The study measured twelve major VoIP and digital phone providers in terms of service availability, call completion rates, and audio delay, and determined that although these services have improved in recent years, they...
 
AT&T Accuses Vonage of Violating VoIP Patents
20/10/2007
America’s leading telephone operator, AT&T Inc., filed an intellectual property lawsuit against the troubled VoIP provider, Vonage Holdings Corp yesterday, seeking damages for alleged patent infringement.AT&T’s lawsuit, filed at a U.S. District Court in Wisconsin, alleges that Vonage willfully violated an AT&T patent concerning telephone systems that allow customers to...
 
AT&T Cuts Wireless Long Distance Rates to Mexico
17/10/2007
Wireless giant, AT&T Inc., revealed earlier this week that it is cutting its rates on calls to Mexico, allowing American cell phone users to call Mexican landlines for as little as $0.05 per minute on the AT&T World Connect Mexico plan.Wireless-to-wireless calls to and from Mexico, meanwhile, will cost $0.21 per minute under the same plan.AT&T is currently attempting to target the...
 
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