Vermont still not happy with FairPoint; Who's in line for Nortel's VoIP assets?

> Vermont still not happy with FairPoint

> With Nortel coming apart at the seams, who’s in line for its VoIP assets?

> Free Press is warning global censorship technology already is deployed in the U.S.

> Singapore Technologies Telemedia today is likely to make a formal bid for Ireland’s telco, Eircom.

> Ixia has completed its tender offer for Catapult Communications.

And finally… China Telecom says slowing losses of fixed line customers helped it post better-than-expected subscriber numbers for May. CT said it’s May loss of 1.35 million fixed-line customers last month, was below the six-month average of 1.63 million. It now has 200.75 million subscribers. Article

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