Webwire: DTAC to persist with 3G; Internode slams NBN pricing; Taiwan to lag in LTE

Staff writer
22 Jul 2011
00:00

DTAC to press on with 3G

Thailand’s DTAC says it will forge on with its 3G plans with or without the consent of concession owner CAT.

The Bangkok Post

Internode buckets NBN pricing

Andrew Colley SIMON Hackett, chief of South Australian headquartered ISP Internode, has come out swinging at the NBN Co over its pricing.

The Australian

Taiwan to lag neighboring Asia countries in LTE deployment

Based on current roadmaps, the Taiwan government will not release its 4G licenses until mid-2015, which means that Taiwan will lag most neighboring countries in the deployment of commercial LTE networks by over four years, according to industry sources.

DigiTimes

Bharti signs Ericsson for managed services in Africa

Bharti Airtel has signed a five-year managed services deal with Ericsson for its operations in Africa.

The Times of India

Microsoft profit beats Street, Windows fizzle

Microsoft Corp eased past Wall Street's earnings estimates, helped by strong sales of its Office software and Xbox game console and an unusually low tax rate.

Reuters

Tata may drop Virgin Mobile

India’s Tata Teleservices may break up its 3-year relationship with UK-based Virgin Mobile as it embarks on a brand restructure.

The Times of India

Facebook could become adults-only in Australia

Ways to force Facebook to give parents access to their kids' profiles will be discussed today by state and federal attorneys-general in a meeting that will also examine an 18+ Facebook age limit.

The Sydney Morning Herald

C&W Worldwide suffers pay revolt

CEO John Pluthero said it had been a ‘horrid’ year, but would not apologise for a controversial long term incentive plan

Financial Times

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