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> The European Commission is challenging Budapest's tax on phone calls and SMS messages, reports Reuters. Article

> The FCC will hold its first post-Superstorm Sandy field hearing in New York and New Jersey on Feb. 5. Release

> Polycom reported stronger than expected revenue across its product portfolio for another quarter in a row. Article

> CudaTel completed a SIP trunking certification with Vitelity, a privately owned, international VoIP technology provider. Release

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> Cable One tries to win over new customers by offering a 30-day money back guarantee on its cable TV, high-speed Internet and phone service. Article

> The Association of Cable Communicators will move its annual conference and awards program to Washington, D.C. Article

IPTV News

> Russia's MegaFon has employed Verimatrix to expand its IPTV and OTT offerings to more than 60 million active subscriber accounts. Article

Online Video News

> Twitter's new video sharing service experienced some technical difficulties when it launched on Thursday. Article

And finally… MPLS Networks Today looks at the advantages of managed MPLS networks. Article

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