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Dutch consumer broadband revenues set to grow nearly 5% in 2019

2019-12-10 16:03:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Telecompaper's latest Dutch Broadband report shows broadband revenues rose 8.3 percent year-on-year in Q3 2019 to EUR 546 million. The number of mass market broadband connections increased by just over 100,000 in the same period to more than 7.6 million. In addition to more subscriptions, the market profited from annual price increases by all the major ISPs.


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Xiaomi unveiles first 5G smartphone under low-cost Redmi brand

2019-12-10 15:07:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Xiaomi announced its first 5G smartphone under its low-cost Redmi brand. The Redmi K30 5G runs Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 756G processor and is designed to capture the quickly growing 5G market in China. The company also introduced a new laptop, smart speaker and router under the Redmi brand. 

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Oppo plans expansion beyond smartphones, to launch smartwatch, 5G CPE in Q1

2019-12-10 11:11:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Oppo has unveiled plans for new products beyond the smartphone segment at its Oppo Inno Day held in Shenzhen. The company showcased a variety of smart devices including smartwatches, headphones, 5G CPE and AR glasses as well as new smartphone features in flash charging, 5G, imaging and software optimization.


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Vodafone launches 5G services in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown

2019-12-10 09:49:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Customers will have 5G access at no extra cost until 30 June 2020. To access 5G from 1 July 2020, customers will be able to purchase a 5G Add-On for NZD 10 per connection per month (or the equivalent Prepay term).

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NENT announces SEK 700 mln Q4 charge for job cuts and FTA write-downs as it focuses on streaming

2019-12-10 09:47:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) said it has cut jobs in order to save some SEK 250 million a year, as it aims to offset currency headwinds and support the expansion of its Viaplay streaming service. It has announced a one-off charge of approximately SEK 700 million for the fourth quarter in redundancy costs and writedown of free-to-air television content and other assets. There is no change to NENT's profitable growth commitment for 2020.

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