Europe braces for possible mobile network blackouts amid energy crisis
Once unthinkable, mobile phones could go dark around Europe this winter if power cuts or energy rationing knocks out parts of the mobile networks ...
Lebanon telecom price hike threatens aid hotlines: NGO
Telecom price hikes in Lebanon have slashed the number of emergency callers to aid hotlines, limiting access to relief services at a time of ...
Emirates Telecommunications acquires 9.8 percent stake in Vodafone
Emirates Telecommunications Group Company PJSC, now known as (e&), said on Saturday it has acquired a 9.8 percent stake in Vodafone for $4.4 ...
Nokia to stop doing business in Russia
Telecoms equipment maker Nokia is pulling out of the Russian market, its CEO told Reuters, going a step further than rival Ericsson, which said on ...
Telecom regulator FCC revokes US authorization of China’s Pacific Networks
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Wednesday voted to revoke authorization for Chinese telecom Pacific Networks and its wholly owned ...
Syria halts cellphone imports to shore up forex reserves amid US sanctions
Syria has stopped granting licenses for mobile phone imports, pro-government media reported Wednesday, in a move the telecoms authority said was meant ...
Japanese telecom firms challenge $40 billion takeover bid of NTT
Japanese telecoms firms appealed Wednesday to the communications ministry over a planned $40-billion takeover of the country’s biggest mobile carrier ...
Lebanon’s government to manage mobile networks ahead of new tender
Lebanon’s government will take back management of the country’s two state-owned mobile phone networks after the latest contracts expired, and plans to ...