Massachusetts, Hawaii, Minnesota and Nevada are joining the complaint against the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint.
T-Mobile and Sprint are scrambling to meet conditions sought by top Justice officials weighing whether to approve their merger.
Lawmakers introduce legislation to provide US$700 million in grants to help small time telecommunication providers to replace ZTE and Huawei components.
Huawei CEO says the company have made preparations on how to handle the ban handed by Washington.
Members of Congress says the order was squarely aimed at Chinese companies like Huawei that US intelligence officials say could be used by the Chinese state to spy.
The Norwegian telecommunications giant says the merged entity will be one of Asia’s largest mobile infrastructure companies.
The outlook for Huawei, however, has been clouded by US accusations that its telecoms network equipment could be used for spying by the Chinese government.
5G will deliver not just faster phone and computer data but also help connect up cars, appliances, cargo and crop equipment.
Telecom operators across Europe, under heavy pressure to roll out 5G quickly, seem to be playing down security fears because using Huawei makes business sense to them.
Viettel has also shown interest in investing in North Korea and Cuba.
5G stands for the fifth generation of mobile network technology.
The deal is expected to be completed next year, subject to approval from regulators including the Foreign Investment Review Board and competition watchdog.
Monster.com report notes increased hiring in IT, telecommunications, advertising, media, and oil and gas sectors compared to the first quarter of the year.
Mohamad Idham Nawawi succeeds Michael Kuehner, whose tenure ends on Aug 31.
China Mobile said its fourth-generation (4G) net additional customers and data traffic market share swung back to a positive trend.
Subscribers who paid more than the ceiling price for their broadband packages from Jan 1 this year will be given a refund, minister says.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo says TNB can utilise the country's existing fibre optic network.
Billionaire founder Masayoshi Son is seeking to separate SoftBank’s activities into investing and telecommunications arms as it branches out into businesses ranging from ride-hailing to insurance.
With a 5G rollout coming and the nation determined to be a global leader in this field, China Tower will need buckets of cash to expand.
The telecom giant yesterday announced it plans to start a competitive gaming league this year and will eventually sponsor its own team.
China Mobile is the world’s largest mobile phone operator by customers, with about 899 million subscribers.
China Mobile Communications Corp, a state-owned firm, owned almost 73% of China Mobile, according to Thomson Reuters data as of December.
Zainnal Ajamain says Sabah needs to make a 'leap of faith' by launching its own telco to boost internet speed and ensure full network coverage in the state.
Safaricom is piloting Bonga, which will be integrated with its financial services platform M-Pesa.
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