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Amdocs picks up Bridgewater

Business and operations support systems vendor Amdocs said Friday it has snapped up network optimisation firm Bridgewater Systems for around C$211m (€150m).

NTT DoCoMo to offer flat-rate data

Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo will launch flat rate data billing for smartphones, tablets and data only devices, starting March 15. The plan will give customers a choice between two-tiered or full flat rate billing to suit their data usage habits. The two-tiered option lets users pay as they go for moderate data usage up to a set limit, or pay a flat-rate monthly charge of JPY5,985 ($72.5) if they exceed the set limit. Under the full flat-rate option, the monthly charge is JPY5,460 ($66.1) regardless of data volume.

T-Mobile UK calls time on unlimited data deals

UK operator T-Mobile, now part of Everything Everywhere, piqued the consumer press on Tuesday with a new mandate to curb multimedia downloads and save its network from congestion. But the all-you-can-eat data party has been over for some time already and with no adverse effects to users.

KPN joins flat rate data revolt

Dutch carrier KPN is the latest operator to join the revolt against flat rate data charges and is likely to introduce usage-based tariffs by the end of the year.

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