January 4, 2012

Daily News January 4, 2012

KT finally begins introduction of commercial LTE services

Orange to Offer LTE Services in France in 2013

T-Mobile Hungary launches LTE network in Budapest

Armenia’s VivaCell-MTS switches on 4G/LTE network

Half a Million TD-LTE Base Stations Will be Deployed by 2016

Australian Telcos May Have to Pay $1.4 Billion to Renew Licenses

OFTA consults on spare LTE spectrum auction

Verizon Wireless Cancels $2 ‘Convenience Fee’ After Backlash

T-Mobile, H3G to share 3G networks from July 2012

Deutsche Telekom pays $95M to settle bribery case

KPN CFO Smits-Nusteling Quits Over Governance

Chile Bans SIM Locking of Mobile Phones

AT&T to pay TiVo to settle litigation

Amazon customers purchased millions of Kindle Fires and millions of Kindle

HTC Radiant and Samsung Mandel 4G LTE Windows Phones will arrive in the US
in early 2012

Pantech Android tablet with LTE to be launched by AT&T next year

Facebook’s 300m app users

HP Tried to Recover $1.2 Billion Investment in Palm Through Sale

Sprint gives LightSquared 30 more days to get FCC nod

comScore Reports November 2011 U.S. Mobile Subscriber Market Share

RIM Offering All PlayBooks For $299

Samsung ships 1 million Galaxy Note units and confirms U.S. launch

Intel Begins Shipping New Atom Processors for Netbooks

LG and Intel to show off Medfield powered smartphone at CES

Telekom Malaysia Plans $944 Million CAPEX in 2012

Malaysia-Indonesia cable goes live

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