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  • Economic Papers on ICT on Saturday, 1 July 2017
  • The Australian government has introduced new legislation that would mandate the supply of broadband services with peak speeds of at least 25Mbps to all premises in the country.

    The proposed Telecommunications Reform Package would require that services provided over the in-construction National Broadband Network (NBN) – even the fixed-wireless and satellite services – would need to be…

    Telecom Asia News on Friday, 23 June 2017
  • UAE-based mobile solutions vendor Workz Group has entered into a value-added reseller agreement with UK telecoms software company Simulty Labs covering the provision of commercial and technical support for Workz's eSIM operating system and remote provisioning server.

    The agreement will pave the way for distribution of eSIM across the MEA and Southeast Asia, the companies said.

    Telecom Asia News on Friday, 23 June 2017
  • India's Tata Communications has launched three new nodes for its IZO Private Cloud service designed to support enterprises’ hybrid cloud adoption while ensuring regulatory compliance.

    The new private cloud nodes in Germany, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Malaysia aim to enable CIOs to gain more control over all their applications by creating a hybrid, high-performance IT infrastructure…

    Telecom Asia News on Friday, 23 June 2017
  • The South Korean government plans to increase the mandated monthly telecoms subscription fee discount to 25% from 20% as part of a plan to reduce total household expenses by 4.6 trillion won ($4.03 billion) annually.

    Customers signing up for one or two year subscriptions will be able to choose to apply the discount as either a monthly rte cut or a one-time discount on a new smartphone…

    Telecom Asia News on Friday, 23 June 2017