ZTE is set to pay a record fine to the US government over claims it exported telecoms equipment to Iran and North Korea.
Telia has called for an urgent meeting with the Prime Minister of Tajikstan claiming a delayed sale, unpaid debt and illegal tax claims has put a “severe financial strain” on its Tajik subsidiary Tcell.
Millions of UK customers using only landline telephone services from BT could see their monthly bills slashed by over a quarter under new proposals from Ofcom.
The Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) has launched an investigation into a Flash Fiber, a FTTH joint venture between Telecom Italia (TIM) and Swisscom subsidiary Fastweb.
By Andrea Faggiano, Giancarlo Agresti, Giulia Strusi, Richard Swinford and Gregory Pankert from AD Little’s TIME practice
Europe’s leading institutions have agreed on how to regulate the wholesale roaming market, paving the way for the abolition of all roaming charges from 15 June this year.
EE said it accepts a £2.7 million fine from Ofcom for overcharging tens of thousands of customers in 2014 and 2015.
The European Commission (EC) has proposed new measures that will extend existing telecoms regulation to all electronic communication providers.
European Union Member States have voted in favour of proposals on the “fair use” of roaming.
The European Commission and the European Investment Bank have unveiled details of a broadband fund trailed as part of its Electronic Communications Code.
Ofcom has set out new proposals to allow service providers to gain simpler and cheaper access to BT’s ducts and poles in order to lay full-fibre broadband connections to homes and offices.
Vodafone claims BT has profited to the tune of £1.1 billion as the UK telecoms industry began to respond to Ofcom’s push to legally separate Openreach from its parent.
Ofcom has ordered the legal separation of BT and Openreach, after the UK telecoms regulator failed to gain assurances from BT addressing the competition concerns it raised in July.
Vodafone UK was full of remorse after it was fined almost £5 million for “serious and sustained” breaches of consumer protection rules by the country's regulator.
The European Commission has approved Tele2’s acquisition of TDC Sweden.
The European Competitive Telecommunications Association has appointed a former Belgian regulator as its new Executive Director.
Three's CEO has attacked Ofcom for failing to introduce a fair system for UK broadband customers, as it became the latest telco to sign up to the Fix Britain's Internet campaign.
The European Commission’s troubled roaming regulation was given another tweak today in a bid to get approval from operators.
Brussels has unveiled a European Electronic Communications Code that promises a revised regulatory environment and updates broadband targets as part of its Digital Single Market reform.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said new roaming regulation would be published next week, despite claiming that there was nothing technically wrong with the previous draft.
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