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Du doubles broadband speed for free
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If you are among the lucky few chosen by Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (Du), you get to double your broadband speed for free. The doubling of the broadband package will continue for a six-month period, following which Du assures it would not charge any penalty for discontinuing with the offer, according to one of the […]

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New York City is Building 10,000 Internet Pylons for Free Public WiFi
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Beginning next year, New York city officials said on Monday, a new city plan dubbed LinkNYC will replace public pay telephones with a console that provides free public Wi-Fi (“up to gigabit speeds”) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. LinkNYC will reportedly be funded entirely through advertising revenues and “will be built at […]

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ITU Telecom World 2014: The One Conversation That Matters
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ITU Telecom World 2014, to be held this year from 7 – 10 December in Doha, Qatar, promises more of these incredible success stories, statistics and perspectives. More understanding of the ICT industry, the issues it must address in a dramatically changing environment – and the unprecedented opportunities it heralds for positive change for all […]

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Optus and Vodafone Continue Rollout of New 4G Services
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Both Vodafone and Optus have taken the next step in enhancing their respective 4G offerings, turning on services in new spectra in a variety of regional and urban areas. Vodafone’s initial rollout is in Melbourne, with the company announcing that 678 sites in Victoria are live as of today, with a further 71 following in […]

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Local Councils Want To Become NBN Internet Providers
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Local councils are already flat-chat maintaining roads and managing rubbish, now they want to add keeping you connected to their to-do list. Councils have approached NBN Co about becoming internet service providers, according to the company’s chief customer officer John Simon. Speaking at the NBN Rebooted event in Sydney on Monday, Mr Simon said local […]

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Telkom DSL Penetration Breaches 25%
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The number of Telkom fixed lines in service has fallen by almost 5% in the past 12 months, dropping to just 3,5m, from 3,7m a year ago, the telecommunications operator said on Monday. At the same time, however, Telkom has recorded a 7,4% increase in the number of broadband digital subscriber lines to 965 000, […]

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