Webwire: KT lags behind rivals in LTE competition

Webwire: KT lags behind rivals in LTE competition

Staff writer  |   April 05, 2012
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KT lags behind rivals in LTE competition
KT is lagging far behind rivals SK Telecom and LG Uplus in the race to grab customers for 4G services, losing around 12,000 customers to rival carriers during the first three months of this year.
Korea Times

Taiwan Mobile calls for tiered data pricing plans
Taiwan Mobile is urging the National Communications Commission to accept its proposal to stop “all-you-can-eat” data plans and introduce tiered data pricing to ease the burden on mobile phone networks.
Taipei Times

RIM takeover relies on hit device
A takeover of RIM is unlikely unless the struggling smartphone maker comes up with a hit device quickly, analysts say.
Bloomberg

Foxconn to build high-tech base in Hainan
Foxconn plans to build a high-tech manufacturing base in South China's island province of Hainan, Terry Gou, the group's chairman, told reporters at the 2012 Boao Forum for Asia.
The China Daily

DT staff seek NGN cash boost
Deutsche Telekom staff are asking Germany’s government to trade short term dividend payouts in return for a higher stake in the telco to free up cash for next generation network rollouts.
Bloomberg

Cyber attack cripples al-Qaeda
Analysts claim websites associated with terrorist group al-Qaeda have been taken down by a cyber attack.
Sydney Morning Herald

EMI ditches music streamer
Record company EMI has ditched a contract with music streaming site Grooveshark in a dispute over unpaid royalties.
BBC

 

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