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Verizon could reverse customer losses in Q4

Frank Boulben, Verizon's chief revenue officer, recently presented at a Wells Fargo conference and said the operator is on track to report growth in its consumer postpaid net customer additions.

Boeing brings 5G and terrestrial tech to MEO satellites

Boeing's Ryan Reid explains how terrestrial telecom technologies are being utilized in the new O3b mPower satellites, which Boeing is manufacturing in partnership with satellite operator SES.

Former Comcast engineering exec Shane Portfolio heads to Charter

As SVP, network engineering and technology, Portfolio will oversee the architecture and engineering of Charter's core access network. Charter also upped two in its product/tech org: Gary Koerper and Mike Baldino.

T-Mobile signs on for DigitalBridge's MGM gamble

ExteNet, a DigitalBridge company, is building a massive network across more than two dozen properties for casino giant MGM. And now T-Mobile plans to use that network.

Verizon’s response to T-Mobile trash-talking: Just you wait

At Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Summit, Verizon VP Brian Mecum responded to T-mobile ads: 'That's their focus, good for them.' His focus seems to be on the big things in store for C-band.

The Divide: How Bluepeak is bringing broadband competition to overlooked cities

This week: Bluepeak's CCO Jeff Seidenfaden and subscriber Mike Podoll join to discuss the company's deployment in Altus, Oklahoma, and how the ISP is offering more broadband choice to overlooked cities.

Eurobites: Strike-hit BT reaches deal with unions over pay

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone gets edgy in Salford; Somalia issues first licensed spectrum; Norway bolsters subsea cable security.

Automated operations for 5G network slicing

Heavy Reading operator survey identifies end-to-end orchestration as a key requirement for 5G network slicing. #sponsored

No 6G, please, we're British Telecom

The UK telecom incumbent questions the need for another mobile generation when 5G has yet to find its mojo.

China well ahead on 5G private networks? Depends

Loose definitions help explain why the adoption of private 5G appears to be rocketing in China.

Iger shoots down Disney-Apple deal rumor – reports

In his return as Disney's CEO, Iger reportedly told employees that rumors about Disney selling to Apple are 'pure speculation' but confirmed that the company's hiring freeze will remain in place.

FCC adopts annual data collection rules for ACP

The FCC set final rules on what ISPs participating in the Affordable Connectivity Program are required to report, including precise pricing data, service plan characteristics and more.

iPhone Pro shipments to fall 6M on China factory unrest – report

With turmoil at Foxconn plant continuing, Apple still unclear on full impact on iPhone Pro production.

SKT strikes metaverse deal with Singtel as it takes ifland global

SKT signs Singtel as southeast Asian partner for its new global metaverse platform.

6G spectrum: A game of centimeters

Early buzz around 5G and 6G centered on highband spectrum in the mmWave and THz bands, but now vendors like Ericsson and Nokia have pegged 7GHz to 20GHz as the 'midband' for 6G.

December in New York: Time to talk 5G transport

Heavy Reading's Sterling Perrin cheers the return of a special 5G-focused optical networking event to New York City on December 6. #sponsored

Eurobites: Vodafone, Deutsche Glasfaser agree wholesale fiber deal

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT looks to merge units to save costs; Nokia opens 5G/6G R&D center in Portugal; cyber-extortion on the rise in Europe.

Indian telcos explore price rises

India's Airtel is raising mobile prices in two circles and its move could trigger increases by rivals across the country.

US aims star-spangled boot at Huawei's bruised body

The latest American rules against Chinese firms are another sign of globalization's demise in the technology sector.

AT&T quietly updates 5G coverage info amid mapping madness

AT&T updated its online coverage maps to show where it's offering midband 5G services. The operator hopes to cover around 130 million people with its midband network by the end of this year.

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