Monthly Archives: September 2014
Softbank Corp linked to possible USD3.4bn bid for DreamWorks Animation. According to teleGeography, Japanese Softbank Corp has been linked with a surprise plan to bid for US movie studio DreamWorks Animation.
CRTC releases 2014 report on the state of the Canadian telecommunications industry – Canada News Centre
CRTC releases 2014 report on the state of the Canadian telecommunications industry – Canada News Centre. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today released information on the telecommunications sector from the 2014 Communications Monitoring Report. The report shows that more and more Canadians are adopting smartphones and tablets. Over 62% of the population owns […]
Communications Monitoring Report 2014: Telecommunications Sector. This section of the CRTC’s Report provides an overview of the telecommunications service industry and market sectors, and examines some of their characteristics such as revenues, ownership requirements, number, size and type of companies, and profitability and annual investment in plant and equipment.
Wireless Code: Implementation Report Card. The CRTC created the Wireless Code to make it easier for you – as an individual or a small business – to understand the contract for your cellphone and other mobile devices. The Wireless Code establishes new standards that all wireless service providers must follow.
Open Internet Roundtable – Enforcement | FCC.gov.
ARCEP launches a public consultation on its draft analysis of the market for fixed and mobile voice call and SMS termination in Metropolitan France and the overseas territories, from 2014 to 2017
ARCEP launches a public consultation on its draft analysis of the market for fixed and mobile voice call and SMS termination in Metropolitan France and the overseas territories, from 2014 to 2017. After having held a first consultation in 2013, and solicited the opinion of the French Competition authority, today ARCEP is launching a new […]
Consumer protection agency sues Bulgarian cellcos for ‘unfair’ contracts. Bulgaria’s Commission for Consumer Protection (CCP) has filed class actions against the country’s major telecoms providers due to the high penalties subscribers need to pay for early termination of contracts.