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  1. Network sharing deal for rivals Deutsche Telekom and Deutsche Glasfaser

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    Deutsche Glasfaser is rapidly expanding its FTTH network – so much so that incumbent Deutsche Telekom is being forced to concede that collaboration is necessary.   Now, the two companies have struck a partnership to deliver a shared FTTH project in the town of Lüdinghausen near Münster. Glasfaser already has a fibre network in this town…

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  2. Orange’s new European strategy for 2025 supports more RAN sharing

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    Increased competition and uncertainty has slowed the growth of some of Europe’s largest telecoms companies. Nonetheless, at an Orange Europe event in London yesterday, a host of the company’s regional CEO’s were adamant about the region’s unrealised potential.      “Europe remains an exciting…

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  3. StarHub and M1 team up for 5G licence bid

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    In October last year, Singapore’s regulator, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), announced that it would be doubling the number of 5G licences it plans to issue in 2020, in an effort to ensure competition.   Previously…

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  4. Ofcom names Vodafone as most complained about UK operator

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    For the second quarter in a row, Vodafone has been named the most complained about UK operator by Ofcom.    Vodafone received 26 complaints per 100,000 customers, far above the average of 14 for fixed ISPs.   This was, however, four less complaints than they received in the previous quarter…

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  5. Japan already developing a plan for 6G

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    There are reports that Japan is already looking beyond 5G to draw up plans for “post-5G” technology by 2030.   Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications plans to create a joint government–civilian research society this January. The panel will focus on policy, technology and potential use cases.  …

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