Delta to start offering WiFi on international flights next year; Google turns down Kansas City neighborhood's WiFi proposal

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@FierceTelecom RT @UCStrategies: Bye bye, corporate phone: Once a status symbol and a perk, the subsidized corporate phone is out. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Thailand-based CAT Telecom has begun to build additional submarine cables in the Gulf of Thailand. Article

> Delta will start offering WiFi service on its international flights beginning in 2013. Article

> An Oregon cable modem hacker will be serving three years in prison for selling hacking tips and tools that allowed users to pirate cable broadband services. Article

> Satellite video provider Dish Network decided to drop AMC Networks' programming from its lineup in the midst of a dispute over retransmission consent fees. Article

> Sidera Networks will provide fiber-based connectivity to Sabey's data center properties in New York, Ashburn, and Seattle. Release

And finally … Google turned down a Kansas City neighborhood's proposal to create a WiFi cooperative with the Internet search giant. Article

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