FASTTAKES: KT, Ericsson. Vodafone, Wikileaks

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13 Aug 2010
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Korea Telecom has announced plans to open its networks for the nation's first MVNOs - prepaid service providers Free Telecom and Evergreen Mobile, and mobile content provider Entaz.

Global mobile data traffic almost trebled in the year to end 2Q10, hitting 225,000 terabytes per month despite only 10% of global subscribers being signed up to mobile broadband services, Ericsson says.

Vodafone has released a software update for the HTC Desire deleting the Vodafone 360 widgets preloaded on Android phones, which had previously been unremovable, after complaints from users. The company will instead make the features available in an optional download.

Australia has not yet been asked to press charges against the founder of Wikileaks, despite public condemnation from the US over its posting of classified military documents.

The Philippines fixed broadband market its on pace to double within the next five years, and is growing at a CAGR of 15.7%, according to Pyramid Research.

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