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Verizon's Shammo: We'll dispose of non-strategic assets for the right price, right terms

Verizon recently confirmed that it would sell off its wireline assets in three markets to Frontier, but it appears that the telco would be happy to make similar deals if it found a buyer that would offer the right terms.

Verizon gets local voice regulatory relief in Philadelphia

Verizon has struck a regulatory coup in Pennsylvania as the Public Utility Commission (PUC) voted to deregulate the prices the telco can charge for basic phone service in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and three other regions, a move that critics say could raise service prices for consumers, reports philly.com.

Mitel acquires Mavenir for $560M, enhances mobile, enterprise collaboration capabilities

Mitel has reached a deal to acquire Mavenir Systems for $560 million, a deal that will give the company an expanded set of mobile capabilities it can use to target a host of new cloud-based unified communications and rich communications services opportunities across a mix of wireline and wireless network environments.

PON deployments drove up broadband access market to $11.5B in 2014, says Dell'Oro

The ongoing deployment of PON, particularly GPON, for fiber-to-the-premises services has helped drive up the total broadband access market segment to $11.5 billion in 2014, according to a new Dell'Oro Group report.

Shentel's fiber lease revenue increases 18%, offsets legacy voice declines

Shentel's fiber leasing business has been a saving grace in its wireline portfolio, rising 18.6 percent year-over-year to $8.4 million in the fourth quarter, a factor that helped the company offset ongoing losses in traditional voice service revenues.

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