Charter to charge $200 "activation fee" for 100 Mbps tier; TELUS helps Standard Life go paperless

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> Charter Communications, according to a Broadband Reports article, plans to start charging customers a $200 "activation fee" for its 100 Mbps speed tier. Article

> TELUS Health entered into an agreement with Standard Life to develop a paperless option that they say enables participating healthcare specialists to electronically submit claims at the point-of-care on behalf of clients. Release

> Jazztel, a competitive Spanish broadband provider, has signed an access agreement with Telefonica de Espana to deliver Fiber to the Home (FTTH) services. Article

> GENBAND will present its suite of mobility, intelligent interconnect and IP transformation solutions at the upcoming Futurecom show in Rio de Janeiro. Release

> The Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) plans to help the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) develop a new ICT policy. Article

And finally… Russia proposed a law that prohibits minors from using public WiFi services. Article

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