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Nokia Wins Claro LTE Deal

Claro Chile, a local subsidiary of Mexico’s America Movil (AM), has chosen Finnish vendor Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) as its exclusive supplier for the enhancement of LTE services to the...

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BlackBerry Crumbles And Goes Private

BlackBerry has agreed to be acquired by one of its largest individual shareholders in a deal that values the business at just US$4.7bn. Canadian insurance company Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd -...

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Inter Acquisition Aims For Scale

Venezuelan pay-TV operator Inter has announced the acquisition of Chile-based pay-TV operator TuVes. Inter, which has around 21% of Venezuela's pay-TV market, will see its footprint expand to four...

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Huawei Hoping For Brazil Boost

Huawei Technologies has partnered with the National Institute of Telecommunications (Inatel), to launch its Hana (Huawei Authorised Network Academy) training courses. The classes are focused on LTE...

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Bullish MVNO Outlook For Latin America

Virgin Mobile Latin America (VMLA) has announced the commercial launch of its MVNO services in Colombia, following a month-long trial to selected users. This is the second market in VMLA's regional...

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NII Streamline Strategy Goes Too Far

NII Holdings, the parent company for Nextel's Latin American operations, released its preliminary results for 2012 earlier this week. Chairman Steve Shindler described the results as '[falling] short...

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