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EU Report Claims Significant Chinese Government Support for Huawei and ZTE

A European investigation has found evidence of "significant Chinese government support" for both Huawei and ZTE, including "massive" lines of credit from state-controlled banks.  more

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UK Regulator to Consult on Offering 12-Month Mobile Phone Contracts

European mobile phone subscribers will have to be offered the choice of 12-month contracts in addition to the increasingly usual 18 and 24 month contracts, under laws passed by the European Union more

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China Hopeful the EU Wont Block Imports of Wireless Modems

The Chinese government is hopeful that the European Commission (EC) will stop an investigation into Chinese wireless wide area networking (WWAN) modems, Commerce Minister Chen Deming said more

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Globul Takes Complaint about Bulgarian Telecoms Market to EU Officials

Bulgaria's Globul says that it has notified the European Commission's officials of what it says is the continuing monopoly tactics carried out by the Bulgarian Telecommunication Company (BTC). more

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German Politician Calls for Abolition of European Roaming Charges

The German Vice-President of the European Parliament, Silvana Koch-Mehrin has called for the abolition of roaming charges by mobile networks for European customers. more

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Europe's Roaming Prices Down but Competition Still not Strong Enough

Despite EU mobile operators reducing roaming charges in line with maximum price caps introduced by EU rules, consumers still do not enjoy significantly lower tariffs according to a European Commission report published today. more

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Europe to Reserve 800Mhz Bands for LTE and WiMAX Networks

The European Commission has adopted a Decision establishing harmonised technical rules for Member States on the allocation of radio frequencies in the 800 MHz band that contribute to the deployment of high-speed wireless internet services by avoiding harmful interference. more

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EU Aims to Bungee Jump its Wireless Broadband Capacity

A new initiative named Beyond Next-Generation Mobile Broadband (BuNGee) aimed at a tenfold increase of mobile broadband infrastructure capacity density has been launched more

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EU cell phone users to have limited online surfing

Mobile phone operators must now limit how much they charge customers for using the Internet within the European Union, after new rules went into effect Monday. more

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'Tromboning' Fix Enables Operators to Comply With 2010 EU Ruling

European mobile operators are in the process of adapting their networks to comply with the new EU regulation that comes into effect in July and will prohibit operators from charging roaming customers for redirecting calls into voicemail while on a visiting network. more

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