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This week may finally see the big showdown over net neutrality in Europe as tomorrow the European Parliament in plenary session is scheduled to vote on Neelie Kroes’ grand compromise package on European telecoms market development. By I.D. Scales. (0)
News added 3 weeks ago in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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High roaming charges may be on the way out in Europe, but for the time being they’re still an issue. Here’s one solution for MWC. By I.D.Scales. (0)
News added 3 months ago in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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An ambitious WiFi deployment is being planned for metropolitan Australia as a big ISP tries to figure out how to operate alongside an NBN. By I.D. Scales. (0)
News added 4 months ago in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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It could be the best strategy - after all Orange has now successfully marketed Free’s low prices for it just three weeks before Christmas. Silly old Orange. By I.D. Scales (0)
News added 5 months ago in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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Talk about asymmetric behaviour. DT's US mobile subsidiary, T-Mobile US, has announced that it's scrapping roaming charges for its customers to 100 countries. Meanwhile the German T-Mobile manages to maintain some of the highest mobile prices in Europe. By I.D. Scales. (1)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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Every day Neelie Kroes becomes more and more shrill about European IT and telecoms and its prospects. In today's installment she weighs the likelihood of a Lehman Brothers crash in telecoms and claims her prescription is the only way forward - consolidation so that Europe mirrors the US with a handful of dominant pan-European telcos happily wielding undue political influence and making large profits. By I.D. Scales. (1)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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The autumnal evening mists are gathering in the meadows where one of Europe's fattest cash cows continues to chomp contentedly - blissfully unaware that it is about to be forced to go on a tough diet. The European Commission is to take action to ban all mobile roaming charges in all member states. They will be replaced by a very much lower flat rate fee. By Martyn Warwick. (0)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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EU digital commissioner, Neelie Kroes, has allegedly withdrawn her proposal to cut wholesale roaming rates in Europe to the bone in her attempt to get roaming charges down. By I.D. Scales. (0)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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Having experienced a less than seamless roaming experience whilst on holiday, Dominic Smith contemplates the practicalities of creating an EU without telecoms borders. (0)
News added Over 6 months in Cerillion by Cerillion
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It all seemed so simple. A new tier of competitive player, the ARP, would solve Europe's roaming charges problem. But with just one year to go nobody's sure if the technology fix will be ready in time. And even if it is, some observers wonder if anyone wants to make a business out of roaming anyway. By I.D. Scales. (0)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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Europe's big telcos and their spear-carriers (some large consultancies, industry organisations, lobbyists etc) appear to have won a crucial argument. Consolidation, rather than competition, looks likely to be favoured through the next phase of European telecoms infrastructure development. Does this mean that European telcos will become as gouging and uncompetitive as their highly profitable counterparts in the US. By I. D. Scales. (0)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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Marketing and selling data only by MB or GB provides only one differentiator—price. This can lead to a ‘my GB is cheaper than your GB’ pricing strategy, which is a sure fire way to create a commodity product. (0)
News added Over 6 months in Revenue Generation by Martin Morgan
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AT&T’s international roaming program is the first to automatically connect customers to Wi-Fi hotspots via SIM authentication. By Tammy Parker. (0)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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The WiFi Alliance is into the next phase in its quest to develop 'seamless' carrier WiFi. It's launched its Passpoint certification programme for operators and vendors today and expects to see trials in the fourth quarter of this year. By Ian Scales (0)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One
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It's certainly being buffeted by the southern European financial crisis, but in parallel with predictably gloomy results, the Spain-based telecoms giant is showing all the signs of a major strategic re-think. By Ian Scales. (1)
News added Over 6 months in TelecomTV One by TelecomTV One