USTelecom dailyLead September 4, 2007 - BT passes 4 million broadband subscribers

USTelecom dailyLead September 4, 2007

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TODAY'S HEADLINES NEWS OF THE DAY

  • BT passes 4 million broadband subscribers BUSINESS & INDUSTRY WATCH
  • Deutsche Telekom wants to bid for Australia's broadband network
  • AT&T launches parental cell-phone controls
  • Vodafone looks for controlling interest in Africa's Vodacom
  • ESPN, Verizon team for 'King of Fandom' promotion
  • Singapore Telecom, StarHub reach out-of-court agreement
  • Sony Ericsson president to resign USTELECOM SPOTLIGHT
  • Think you know telecom? Think again. HOT TOPICS
  • Startup goes after rural broadband space
  • Verizon locks DSL rates for life
  • AT&T's U-Verse named "best business strategy"
  • European telecoms make IPTV push
  • Nortel said to be considering bid for Tellabs TECHNOLOGY TRENDS
  • WiMAX could put squeeze on Asia's 3G networks
  • TeliaSonera service combines home, mobile calling
  • Commentary: Small Indian telecoms get a boost IP DOWNLOAD
  • IPTV on the rise in South Korea REGULATORY & LEGISLATIVE
  • FCC: Telecoms may merge long-distance, local operations

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