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News In Brief: Nokia, Reliance Globalcom, Ericsson, Telstra, BT, Starbucks

Analysts predict Nokia will

Australia floods cost Telstra €37m

The Queensland floods have caused extensive damage to Australia's telecom infrastructure, with Telstra alone reportedly facing a repair bill of up to A$50 million (€37 million). &

Telcos compensate Australian flood victims

Several Australian operators have pledged to compensate customers in flood-hit Queensland for loss of service, as they battle to keep communications open.   Carriers in

Telstra, NBN Co local loop deal delayed

Australian incumbent Telstra said that talks with NBN Co to reach an agreement on using its network for the NBN project will not be resolved until at least the middle of 2011.  

News In Brief: Ericsson, Telstra, Telefonica, Motricity

Ericsson has strengthened its network management capabilities by ac

Australia's National Broadband Network to cost $40 billion

At long last, the Australian government has revealed that its ambitious National Broadband Network (NBN) will cost $40.4 billion. Overseen by the joint public-private NBN Co., the new broadband

Revised NBN plan cuts cost to A$39.3b

Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) project will cost slightly less than expected but take three years longer to build, according to a business plan released Monday.

Australian regulator mandates NBN Co. to rework network interconnection proposal

NBN Co. suffered a bit of a setback in building Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) this week as the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) ruled that it initial plans to

Turning copper into gold to fund NBNs

My learned colleague John Tanner from Telecom Asia recently wrote about the growth of copper theft in the USA. <

THE WRAP: A global regulation frenzy; ex-DT staffer jailed for spying

This week the EC launched a probe into Google’s dominance of search, and Deutsche Tel took to the skies   The European Commission launched an investigation into G