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******************************** PricewaterhouseCoopers Presents The CommunicationsDirect Daily Update For February 14, 2007 ********************************

MegaFon Targets Corporate Market with New, Regional Fixed-Line Network

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Russia's third-largest mobile operator, MegaFon, has launched new fixed-line services in the Leningrad region in the north-west of the country, reports Novecon. MegaFon is providing internet access services, with a handling capacity of 1 Mbps, to corporate client Baltika. The last-mile solution will include provision of a data ...

EU to Liberalise Mobile Frequency Usage

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The European Commission has said that it may allow mobile network operators to use their current 2G networks to offer 3G services. The report from Dow Jones cites an unnamed official as saying that for this to happen the European Union would need to ask the European Parliament and member country governments to overturn a 20-year-old ...

Europe Considers A Communications Czar

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European Commission (EC) Telecom Commissioner Viviane Reding has thrown down the gauntlet to telecom regulators from all 27 nations in the European Union (EU), demanding they come up with a proposal to increase competition in telecom markets throughout the region. One possible outcome: A European communications czar -- one regulator ...

The Web on Wheels

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Slip behind the wheel and experience the Internet's new frontier. Car, truck and SUV manufacturers are all looking forward to the day when broadband WiMax service becomes widely available, allowing all sorts of vehicle gadgets to exchange high-speed data with Web-based services. Ford, Nissan and Volkswagen are just a few of ...

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