South Korea’s SK Telecom Market Share Falls below 50%

SK Telecom According to a report about the evaluation of the telecom market competition situation in 2016 released by the Korea Information Society Development Institute (KISDI) on Feb. 14, SK Telecom, the nation’s No. 1 mobile carrier, saw its market share fall below 50%. SK Telecom held the highest share of 44.5 percent in the

Lycamobile ditches Orange as it signs Telenet MVNO deal, acquires Ortel Mobile

Lycamobile, Telenet, MVNO, Ortel Mobile Lycamobile has signed a new MVNO deal with Telenet and bought the cable and broadband provider’s subsidiary Ortel Mobile as it expands its presence in Belgium. Liberty Global-owned Belgian cable operator Telenet has struck a deal with international mobile virtual network operator Lycamobile to become a full MVNO on it

Project Fi currently testing VoLTE calling for ‘subset’ of subscribers

Project Fi, VoLTE Resulting in quality and usability improvements, Voice over LTE allows calls to be made and received over data networks. Now, we learn that Google’s Project Fi MVNO is beginning to test VoLTE calling with a subset of subscribers. According to Google, calls placed over LTE will be higher quality than those made

Telefónica and Síminn enter into partnership covering procurement, roaming and services

Telefónica, Síminn

Telefónica and Síminn have signed a partnership agreement which will include a wide range of business areas such as procurement, roaming, digital products and multinational services. Read More

Earnings of CJ Cheiljedang and CJ HelloVision expected to improve in 2017

CJ HelloVision CJ Group’s key unit CJ Cheiljedang Corp. and cable channels operating arm CJ HelloVision Co. are expected to see their earnings recover this year after they disappointed the market with poor performance last year due to falling prices of core products and a one-off cost. The food manufacturing unit of the group, CJ

XIUS all set to strengthen its MVNO presence in Mexico

XIUS, MVNO, Mexico XIUS, a Hyderabad based company specialized in mobile technology has been selected by Toka, a company specializing in electronic payment solutions to launch Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) services in Mexico. Toka will operate its MVNO on Movistar?s (Telefonica) network. PREMIUM CONTENT: Please Login, or subscribe for access. Interested in subscribing? view