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States are looking to jam T-Mobile and Sprint’s proposed $26.5 billion merger
TechCrunch

A number of states have filed a lawsuit to block the proposed $26.5 billion merger of T-Mobile and Sprint. The lawsuitm, filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, alleges that the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile would be a… more…

Sprint-T-Mobile Merger Faces New Hurdle With Lawsuit by States
The New York Times

A group of state attorneys general filed a federal lawsuit to block a proposed merger of the third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers in the United States. more…

3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in June
Fool.com

Here's why it could be the perfect time to add these income stocks to your portfolio. more…

DoT cracks down on illegal mobile signal repeaters in Delhi raids
Indianexpress.com

Mobile operators, who are making record investments in purchasing spectrum and rolling out network equipment, are grappling with this challenge and have called out the authorities to crack down on these installations and take strict action: Cellular Operators… more…

Modi govt pursuing bold strategies for universal Internet access by 2022: Ajit Pai
The Times of India

Pai said he is looking forward to working with Indian and American business communities in the days ahead. more…

BT sceglie Juniper Networks per supportare il 5G
Tomshw.it

Il gruppo Juniper Networks, nome consolidato nel campo delle infrastrutture di rete automatizzate e scalabili, è stato scelto da British Telecommunications per realizzare la propria Network Cloud 5G. Stando alle compagnie interessate, tale mossa aprirà la str… more…

Blockchain Startup Makes Wireless Internet Cheaper, Lands Lime Scooters And Nestle As Clients
Forbes.com

Helium's new Hotspot runs on "LongFi” technology that can extend 200 times farther than a standard WiFi connection, with only 50 to 100 devices needed to cover an entire city. more…

Huawei fights to keep U.S. funds flowing to its rural mobile customers
Reuters

China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker, argued on Wednesday that Washington should scrap plans to prohibit wireless companies from using U.S. government funds to buy Huawei gear for their networks. more…

Sprint, T-Mobile deal nearing approval if conditions met - KSHB
Kshb.com

Sprint, T-Mobile deal nearing approval if conditions met KSHB Dish Leads Bidding to Buy Assets From Sprint, T-Mobile The Wall Street Journal Sprint and T-Mobile Merger Approval, Said to Be Near, Could Undercut Challenge by States The New York Times U.S. Justi… more…

Rogers has finally offered an unlimited wireless data plan — will Bell and Telus follow?
Thestar.com

Rogers announced the first unlimited data wireless plan from a major national carrier in Canada on Wednesday. more…

GoTenna is ramping up public sector mesh networking with a $24M C round
TechCrunch

GoTenna is best known for its outdoors-oriented consumer products that let you text and share locations between smartphones off the grid. But the company has found that government work — military, fire, rescue — is the real market, and is pursuing it with a v… more…

Chicago-area wireless equipment firm Cambium's IPO could reignite interest in local tech - Crain's Chicago Business
Chicagobusiness.com

Chicago-area wireless equipment firm Cambium's IPO could reignite interest in local tech Crain's Chicago Business Could this be the 'platform company' Chicago tech is looking for? more…

Huawei Cancels Release of New Laptop After US Tech-Ban - The Epoch Times
Theepochtimes.com

Huawei Cancels Release of New Laptop After US Tech-Ban The Epoch Times Chinese tech giant Huawei decided to cancel the release of its new laptop after the U.S. tech ban. It is the first instance. Security concerns made the ban. more…

States Will Try to Block Sprint/T-Mobile Merger If Trump’s DOJ Won’t. Good.
New York Magazine

Several state attorneys general are already suing to block the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint on antitrust grounds, as they should. Robust competition among four national wireless service providers has served Americans well. more…

Rogers president of wireless services says new Infinite plans will grow subscriber metrics
Mobilesyrup.com

As Rogers’ new Infinite unlimited data plans roll out today, the president of wireless services at the carrier says this move benefits subscribers and says Rogers will see a growth in subscriber metrics. “When you do the right thing for customers, the busines… more…

Rogers just unveiled a new unlimited data plan but Toronto isn't buying it
Blogto.com

Rogers announced that an infinite data plan with no surplus charges is launching tomorrow, but this unlimited plan has limits and overage fees. On Thursday, everything changes. Introducing unlimited data plans for infinite possibilities. Say goodbye to data o… more…

Reports: 10 states moving to block Sprint/T-Mobile merger
CBS News

New York Attorney General leading charge to stop $26 billion deal to combine two of the largest wireless carriers more…

The daily business briefing: June 13, 2019
Theweek.com

1. Oil prices jumped by as much as 4 percent early Thursday, rebounding from the previous day's losses after apparent attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman raised concerns that turmoil in the region could disrupt supply. The crews of both tankers wer… more…

Under Fire From Trump, Huawei Asks FCC to Stay Out of the Fight
Yahoo.com

The FCC last year gave preliminary approval to a proposal by Chairman Ajit Pai to bar mobile service providers from spending federal subsidies on equipment made by companies deemed a national security threat. The commission hasn’t scheduled a final vote on th… more…

Huawei fights to keep U.S. funds flowing to its rural mobile customers
Yahoo.com

China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker, argued on Wednesday that Washington should scrap plans to prohibit wireless companies from using U.S. government funds to buy Huawei gear for their networks. Federal Communicati… more…