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Telecom Lumen To Sell US Assets To Help 7.5B Deal

Lumen Technologies announced on Tuesday, August 3, it would sell some of its telecom assets to Apollo Global Management in a deal valued at...
Wireless

Canadian Big Wireless Firms Must Sell Access To Competitors

Regulators in Canada issued new rules to bring down wireless costs, forcing large carriers including BCE and Rogers Communications to offer low-cost plans and...
5G

Telecom Giant Urges Serbia To Launch Auction For 5G Frequencies

Serbia's SBB, part of Dutch-based telecommunications and media operator United Group, said on Wednesday it has filed a request with Serbia's Regulatory Agency for...
Ex Ante Regulation of Digital Platforms?: Cautionary Tales From Telecommunications

Ex Ante Regulation of Digital Platforms?: Cautionary Tales From Telecommunications

Whether there should be increased antitrust enforcement, and/or ex ante regulation of heretofore lightly-regulated major high-tech companies has attached considerable academic, policy, and popular...
Three Things You Might Not Have Known About Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Litigation

Three Things You Might Not Have Known About The Sprint/T-Mobile Merger...

The merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is now complete. After receiving clearance from the DOJ and the FCC, the last significant hurdle it had...
Mr. Watson, Come Here. I Want To See You: A Message From the Communications Industries on How To Promote Competition in the Online Platform Space

Mr. Watson, Come Here. I Want To See You: A Message...

The “legacy” communications industries — plain old telephone service, fixed and mobile broadband access, cable and satellite video distribution — afford two useful teachings...
Rebooting Antitrust and Regulation for Digital Communications

Rebooting Antitrust and Regulation for Digital Communications

This paper analyzes the development of a “tight oligopoly on steroids” in the communications sector. It uses Business Data Service as an example because...
Active Network Sharing in Belgium: Where Do We Stand?

Active Network Sharing in Belgium: Where Do We Stand?

The Belgian Competition Authority is investigating the active network sharing agreement between the two biggest Belgian mobile network operators, historic operator Proximus and Orange....
India

Indian Regulator Says Telecom Tariff Wars May Hurt 5G Launch

Spectrum allocation will be key to the rollout of 5G in the country, where the cost of radio airwaves is expensive compared to other...
Europe

EC Updates Its Recommendation On Relevant Markets

The European Commission has adopted a revised version of the Commission Recommendation on relevant product and service markets within the electronic communications sector susceptible...
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