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What you need to know about getting a mobile plan

Our mobile phones are an indispensable component of our daily routines, serving as anything from a calendar to a bank card to an Email client, to a camera to a phone and a personal...

UK’s BT taps Crozier as chairman to help drive transformation

UK telecoms giant BT has named Adam Crozier as its next chairman on Tuesday, tapping one of the most experienced corporate operators in the UK to oversee the group through a key transformational period...

Canada’s spectrum auction raises record $7.2 billion as firms gear for high-speed internet

Canada's auction of 3500 MHz spectrum, which is key for next generation 5G networks, generated a record C$8.9 billion (approximately $7.2 billion), with the country's three dominant telecom companies accounting for more than 80%...

BT takes multi-million pound stake in cyber firm Safe Security

UK telecoms group BT has taken a multi-million pound stake in Silicon Valley cyber risk management firm Safe Security, underlining its ambition to target growth in the sector, the company has said. Making its first...

FCC votes to finalize program to replace Huawei equipment in US networks

The US Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to finalize a $1.9 billion program to reimburse mostly rural US carriers for removing equipment from telecommunications networks from Chinese companies deemed national security threats like Huawei...

Biden taps ex-Pentagon official for key China tech position

Joe Biden has nominated Alan Estevez, a former Pentagon official and Washington insider to be the US Commerce Department's undersecretary for industry and security, a key post in the US-China tech battle. The post in...

Orange sees role for Huawei in 5G Africa rollout

Orange, France's largest telecoms firm, will avoid using equipment from Chinese vendors when developing Europe's 5G networks, opting for suppliers such as Ericsson and Nokia instead, its chief executive said. But the company sees no...

Canada launches long-awaited auction of 5G spectrum

Canada is set to begin a hotly anticipated auction of the mobile telecommunications bandwidth necessary for 5G rollout, one that was delayed more than a year by the pandemic. The 3,500 MHz is a spectrum...

Groups urge Biden to nominate FCC commissioner to speed net neutrality reinstatement

More than 50 US groups have urged President Biden to fill the open seat on the US Federal Communications Commission in order to begin the process of reinstating net neutrality rules repealed under the...

Nigerian telecoms firms suspend access to Twitter

Nigerian telecoms firms blocked access to Twitter following a regulatory directive aimed at suspending the US social media giant indefinitely, a move criticised by rights campaigners and diplomats as a gag on free speech. Nigeria's...

Vodafone ramps up investment to capture growth opportunity

Vodafone said it would accelerate investment in its network again this year after spending more to meet the demands of COVID-19, resulting in free cash flow growth falling short of market expectations. The UK telecoms...

Swedish court to hear Huawei’s case against 5G ban

A Swedish administrative court will start hearing arguments in a case filed by Huawei Technologies against the country's telecom regulator for banning the Chinese company from its 5G networks. While several countries across Europe are...