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Telia Norway starts offering home 5G wireless broadband, beginning in Trondheim

2020-11-09 11:56:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Telia said it has become the first operator in Norway to start offering fixed wireless access (FWA) to 5G as standard broadband for the home. The service has begun in Trondheim before being phased in to other parts of the country that have 5G reception, depending on customer interest. Pal Rune Kaalen, head of private market affairs at the operator, said the service should be attractive to customers still served via the copper network, which is gradually being dismantled.

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American Tower buys InSite Wireless for USD 3.5 billion

2020-11-05 15:04:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) American Tower has agreed to buy InSite Wireless Group, adding around 3,000 sites to its footprint in the US and Canada. The company will pay USD 3.5 billion for InSite including assumption of its debt. 

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American Tower breaks into Canada with InSite Wireless acquisition for $3.5 billion

2020-11-05 01:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

Today American Tower Corporation (ATC) has announced an agreement to purchase InSite Wireless Group for $3.5 billion including debt.   The deal will see them acquire roughly 3,000 sites, including 1,400 owned towers in the US and 200 in Canada. It also includes 600 land parcels under communications sites and around 400 rooftop sites…read more on TotalTele.com »

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SAE International publishes new J2954 wireless charging standard

2020-10-22 13:55:35| Green Car Congress

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Verizon improves FY outlook as wireless service revenue improves in Q3

2020-10-21 14:48:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Verizon has issued a modest improvement in its full-year outlook, after a better-than-expected performance in Q3. The company now expects annual adjusted EPS flat to 2 percent higher, compared to its previous guidance for an up to 2 percent fall. This follows stable adjusted EPS of USD 1.25 in Q3 and a return to wireless service revenue growth of 0.4 percent as stores re-opened during the quarter. Wireless service revenues are expected to strengthen to at least 2 percent growth in Q4, supported by new device launches like the latest iPhones. 

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