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Telcos to Duterte's Warning: "We support the call for faster Internet"

Everyone agrees that we need faster internet. In Asia, the Philippines has the second slowest Internet speed next to Afghanistan with an average household download speed of only 3.6 Mbps compared to the global average of 23 Mbps. 213 more words


Duterte to Open Energy and Telco Sectors to Foreign Investors?

Incoming president Rodrigo Duterte has warned energy and telecommunications firms to improve services. He said that if telcos fail to shape up, the industry would be opened to foreign competition. 65 more words


The Other John Malone

The other John Malone looks a lot like me.

He does look a lot like you, my partner says,

Except for that mole on the left cheek. 84 more words

Avaya's Private Equity Owners Explore Sale

Buyout firms Silver Lake Partners and TPG Capital are considering a sale of telecommunications equipment company Avaya that could value it at between $6 billion and $10 billion, including debt, according to people familiar with the matter. 368 more words


AT&T Says 3-Year Michigan Network Spend Was $1.65B

DETROIT — AT&T Inc. Friday announced it had spent $1.65 billion in wireless and wireline network enhancements from 2013 through 2015.

The company said that in 2015 alone, it made more than 480 wireless network upgrades in Michigan, including 27 new cell sites and nine wireless broadband upgrades. 206 more words


The back alleys are littered with super zap-straps

Crews employed by Telus are currently sweeping through the back alleys of Vancouver—their five year mission—to boldly string up reams of fibre optic cable, to carry the next generation of high-speed Internet and TV into the next generation of rental and condominium highrises. 703 more words


Verizon Strike 2016 News Update: Obama Administration Steps In To Negotiate

The Obama administration steps in to negotiate Verizon 2016 strike.

The Verizon strike 2016 has entered its second month and it shows no sign of wavering. 19 more words

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