iPhone 5, LTE drives operators to Ethernet backhaul; U.S. broadband market remains uncompetitive

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @EthernetAcademy: The advent of the iPhone 5 and growth in 4G LTE is driving more wireless operators to adopt Ethernet-based wireless backhaul. Release | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Comcast has begun offering free WiFi to its California subscribers and business customers. Article

> TalkTalk is now marketing its YouView TV bundle, which includes TalkTalk Plus TV, broadband and phone, for £14.50 ($23.00) a month, including free YouView box. Article

> Hutchison Global Communications Limited (HGC) gets license to offer international data and voice services in Myanmar. Article

And finally … The U.S. broadband market remains expensive and uncompetitive. Article

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