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India explores minimum prices for telcos

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has unveiled a public consultation to decide whether it needs to set minimum prices for data tariffs in the country.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: year in review

Only Scott and Iain were around this week so they decided to look back on the year in telecoms over a few beers. The main story was 5G, of course, and they discuss whether or not it was worth the wait. Either way it has fast become a political football, so they spend the second half of the pod reflecting on the effect politics had on the telecoms industry in 2019.

China threatens Germany over Huawei

At the Handelsblatt industrial summit, Chinese Ambassador Ken Wu said that any decision by the German government to exclude Huawei from its 5G network would have consequences.

AT&T finally launches proper 5G

Almost a year after rebranding its LTE-A as 5GE, US communications group AT&T has launched full-fat 5G in ten cities across the US.

Live panel stream: The Advent of 5G

Join us on the 16 December at 14:20 PM for an exclusive Executive Panel on The Advent of 5G, a live event that will be streamed online at Telecoms.com.

This live panel discussion, organized by Telecoms.com, will feature industry leaders discussing various topics concerning the development of 5G in UK.

Hear from speakers representing O2, 3UK, and Telecoms.com, as they discuss future industry trends and key 5G deployments in 2020.

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