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Wales gets its own MVNO

RWG Mobile is a new MVNO, launched on the Three network, that is designed to cater specifically to the needs of Welsh people.

AT&T sees 2m net customer growth in Q2 thanks to IoT

Following quarterly announcements from both T-Mobile and Verizon, AT&T has joined the party and revealed net additions on par with its two nearest competitors, largely fuelled by the growth of the connected cars market.

OTT video revenue explosion forecasted

Statistics unveiled by analysis firm Digital TV Research has projected a doubling in global OTT video streaming revenues from $26bn in 2015 to $51.1bn in 2020; highlighting the growing market share of OTT players in broadcasting.

Telefónica expands OTT and IoT activity

Spanish telco Telefónica has highlighted further initiatives in its diversification drive, partnering with Mozilla on OTT communication and Samsung on IoT.

Tigo converges OTT services with billing systems

Millicom, the Latin American and African telco, has confirmed a content distribution partnership with Dutch media solutions vendor Momac. The agreement will see Tigo, Millicom’s Latin American subsidiary, bundle together its wide range of data packages alongside various third party apps.

EE launches UK’s first wifi calling service by an operator

UK mobile operator EE has claimed the first launch of wifi calling in the UK. The technology, which features close collaboration with Mavenir, effectively uses wifi to boost your mobile coverage, routing cellular calls through a wifi hotspot for phones that have that capability.

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