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Rogers Communications launches LTE-Advanced in 12 cities

Rogers Communications LTE-Advanced

Canadian telecom service provider Rogers Communications today announced that its LTE-Advanced services will be available in 12 cities to offer better video experience on mobile. Rogers Communications on Thursday said its data revenue increased 9 percent during the third quarter primarily ...

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T-Mobile brings Alcatel ONETOUCH POP 7 tablet for $149 to MetroPCS users

MetroPCS data plans for tablet users

American wireless carrier T-Mobile today said MetroPCS prepaid customers can purchase Alcatel ONETOUCH POP 7 tablet for $149 along with one of its data plans. Existing MetroPCS customers can get unlimited data and up to 1GB of 4G data for new POP 7 for $10 per month, unlimited data with first ...

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ZTE powers CSL Mobile VoLTE services in Hong Kong

ZTE drives CSL Mobile for VoLTE

Telecom network vendor ZTE today said it supported CSL Mobile to launch VoLTE (voice over LTE) services in Hong Kong. CSL Mobile users are able to access VoLTE services with any compatible devices to benefit from voice and video calls. Almost 100,000 users are using the VoLTE service since it ...

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Ericsson and Nokia Networks: India telecom Capex boosts revenues

CEO of Ericsson and Nokia Networks

Two top telecom network vendors Ericsson and Nokia Networks have reported significant revenue increase in India during the third quarter of 2014. While Nokia Networks said it is seeing momentum in the Indian telecom market in the third quarter, its rival Ericsson said its Q3 2014 revenues ...

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Ericsson Q3 revenue up 9%, operating income dips 7%

Hans Vestberg

Telecom network vendor Ericsson today said its third quarter 2014 revenue rose 9 percent to SEK 57.6 billion or $7.94 billion, while operating income dipped 7 percent to SEK 3.9 billion or $537 million. The sales growth was mainly driven by the Middle East, China, India and Russia, but was ...

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