The Hague wants to become the first Dutch city with full 5G coverage
The Hague should be the first Dutch city with full 5G coverage. The city is working with T-Mobile on the roll-out, which starts this year. This further expands the city's ambitions to become a smart city.
The introduction of 5G is important in the development of smart cities. In such cities, new, di... Read more
Turnover in the Dutch business telecom market down 6.4 percent’.
The Dutch market for corporate telecom services generated a turnover of 575 million euros in the third quarter of 2018. This is a decrease of 6.4 percent compared to the same quarter a year earlier. This is evident from Telecompaper's quarterly report on the market for corporate telecommunications.
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T-Mobile and Tele2 complete merger
The merger between the Dutch branches of T-Mobile and Tele2 will be completed on 2 January 2019. The companies wanted to merge for more than a year, but only received permission from the European Commission last November. That was worried about the competition in the Dutch market.
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Merger T-Mobile US and Sprint can continue if parent companies block Huawei’.
T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. believe that their planned merger will be easier for the American authorities to proceed. That's what the companies think now that their foreign owners have offered to stop using Huawei's technology altogether. It shows how far Washington goes to exclude the Chinese... Read more
“T-Mobile USA grossly exaggerated coverage rates in the US.
T-Mobile USA has allegedly lied to the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) about the coverage of its 4G network. That would be a trading group representing wireless providers around the countryside. T-Mobile would have claimed to cover certain places where this is not the case.
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“European Commission doubted the viability of Tele2.
Yesterday, the European Commission took a somewhat remarkable decision. It approved the planned merger of T-Mobile and Tele2. As a result, there will soon be only three network providers in the Netherlands with their own mobile networks. It seems that the European Commission gave its approval becaus... Read more
European Commission approves merger of T-Mobile and Tele2
It was already expected yesterday and now the ball is in the court: the European Commission has approved the merger of the Dutch branch of T-Mobile and Tele2. There are no additional conditions attached to the permission. This is probably due to certain commitments made by T-Mobile.
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T-Mobile gets permission to take over Dutch branch Tele2′.
It seems that T-Mobile is getting permission from the European Commission to take over the Dutch branch of Tele2. The Commission is expected to complete its investigation into the takeover on 30 November and to indicate fairly soon afterwards whether it will be allowed to take place.
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T-Mobile and Nokia achieve 5G data transmission over 600 MHz band
T-Mobile has announced that it has reached the world's first live network 5G data transmission, reports ZDNet. The company used a low-band spectrum for this in cooperation with Nokia. By 2020, the entire United States should be equipped with 5G.
The tests took place in Spokane, Washington. It was sh... Read more
T-Mobile takes its 2G network offline in November 2020
Telecom provider T-Mobile will switch off its 2G network completely. As of November 15, 2020, the network will go offline and the company's customers will only be able to access the network via 3G or 4G. With this, T-Mobile is taking the next step in modernising its networks.
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