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Canada's Toronto Transit Commission has launched a free advertising-supported Wi-Fi service at two of its busiest stations, that collectively handle around a quarter of its daily commuter traffic.
Poland's Telekomunikacja Polska (TPSA) has announced plans that could see around 15 percent of its staff made redundant by the end of 2015
Canada's Mobilicity has secured an extension on the deadline for bids to buy the struggling mobile network and its radio spectrum.
Nokia is reported to have offered to make a payment to the Indian courts to secure the release of assets that have been seized by the tax authorities.
USA based Sprint says that it has switched on its LTE network in the city of Chicago along with its own-branded "Spark" service that increases the average mobile download speeds.
This substantial growth, from an estimated $39 billion in 2013, is primarily driven by the emergence of more sophisticated monetisation strategies, allied to a nascent ecosystem of app-centric mobile devices, such as smart watches.
Bluetooth Smart is fast becoming the de facto connectivity solution for wearable technology, spurred by growth in wearable sports and fitness trackers, which make up 96 percent of shipped wearable devices in 2013.
The Cypriot government has approved plans to privatise the state-owned telco, Cyta has part of a wider programme of selling state assets under the terms of an international bailout plan.
Germany's Deutsche Telekom has upgraded the voice encryption used on its mobile network to the higher A5/3 encryption standard.
Jamaica's Digicel says that it has hired and trained some 200 additional agents for its Customer Care Call Centre.