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Monday, 28 September 2015

7 Top stories to start your telecom week

These stories were popular last week, so did you read the?

LTE hits puberty 

Some late bloomers have launched high-speed mobile services in unlikely places, while other markets gear up for 4G growth spurts.

World Communication Awards 2015 shortlist announced

FreedomPop brings free mobile service to UK
U.S.-based MVNO hopes value-added services, participation in market research will make its service pay.

BT to extend ultrafast broadband to 10m premises by 2020
U.K. incumbent's CEO reiterates broadband coverage commitments; Openreach updates charter amid regulatory scrutiny.

UK regulator trebles mobile licence fees to almost £200m
After years of analysis, Ofcom says new figures reflect real market value of 900 MHz and 1800 MHz spectrum.

Xiaomi launches Chinese MVNO
Device maker's new Mi Mobile service uses China Telecom, Unicom networks.

Telenor drops Uninor brand in India
Norwegian operator targets India's unconnected population, reaffirming its position as a value player.

Monday, 7 September 2015

Latest Top Stories from Total Telecom

Top story

Vodafone keeps top spot in Machina M2M ranking 

Vodafone has held onto its position as the world's top telco in Machina Research's annual machine-to-machine (M2M) report.
"Vodafone has ramped up its already significant efforts in M2M in the last twelve months," said Machina Research CEO Matt Hatton, in an email to Total Telecom. "It has benefited for a while from tremendous scale and a keen strategic focus, but it also keeps engaging in new initiatives to cement its position as market leader."
AT&T, Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica are also...< read more> 

More stories
T-Mobile US CEO targets data 'thieves' 

Michel Combes becomes Altice COO 

Spain's 2.6 GHz auction coming soon - telecom minister 

Apple steps up enterprise strategy with Cisco deal 

Regulation stopping telcos from monetising customer data 

Two to battle it out for Bahamas mobile licence 

Eircom to rebrand in coming weeks 

Bharti, IHS Zambia towers sale closes 

European telcos set to reverse revenue decline – S&P 

Thursday, 3 September 2015

Meet the experts - Pathways to IPX Innovation webinar

The Total Telecom webinar "Pathways to IPX Innovation" to be held on the 16th September 2015 brings together three recognised experts on the subject to discuss the opportunities for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) due to the migration of services to all-IP.

The webinar will be hosted by Total Telecom editor Mary Lennighan and will feature:

Isabelle Paradis, President, Hot Telecom who has worked with many of the world's global wholesalers and service providers to help them define their IP evolution strategy and has published a number of articles and reports on the future of wholesale and IPX.

Tom Schroer, Director ­ Service Provider Marketing at Dialogic who has many years of experience with both wireless and fixed data and voice networks, including previous work with NetScout Inc. and Tektronix 

Steve Heap, CTO of Hot Telecom, who focuses on providing strategic and technology consulting and training to companies either looking to deploy an IPX, or planning to use IPX services from others. 

To find out more or to register for this free webinar taking place at 14-00 (London) on 16 September, 2015 visit or go direct to the registration page