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MWC 2016: 4G connections hit 1bil mark, driven by developing world
The number of 4G mobile connections worldwide has surpassed the one-billion mark and is on track to account for a third of all mobile connections by 2020, according to a new study by the GSMA.
Telco regulations are ‘so last century,’ according to GSMA
The GSMA has published a new report calling for the modernisation of telecommunications regulations.
Telkomsel aiming to change lifestyles with TCash
Telkomsel is pushing its TCash mobile wallet to not only tap a lucrative millennial market, but to also provide financial services to the unbanked.
500 Startups lands first investment in Myanmar
500 Startups has made its first ever investment in Myanmar, pumping in an undisclosed amount into Yangon-based startup Bindez, which operates an information search engine and ‘discovery platform.’  
Singapore to issue RFP for eSIM card trial
The city-state is launching a trial for over-the-air subscription management of the SIM cards embedded in IoT devices.
Urgent need to allocate spectrum, governments warned
At the start of the WRC-15 treaty negotiations, the GSMA called on governments across the world to allocate the spectrum required to drive the continued global growth of mobile broadband.
Doctor Gratis Plus, konsultasi kesehatan menggunakan smartphone
Kawasan Asia Pasifik akan berkontribusi 30% dari market share pasar mHealth Setelah layanan gratis, Doctor Gratis kini hadirkan layanan premium berbayar
Big benefits for Bangkok if Intelligent Transport Systems used: GSMA study
Deploying Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in the capital city of Thailand could reduce travel times, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and road accidents, driving social and economic benefits of up to US$1 billion per year, according to the GSM Association (GSMA).
GSMA’s low-power network initiative to boost IoT growth
The GSMA has established the ‘Mobile IoT Initiative,’ a new project backed by 26 of the world’s leading mobile operators including Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel), Ooredoo and Telenor, OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), as well as chipset, module and infrastructure companies.
AsiaPac telco community gets a spectrum slap from GSMA
The GSM Association said it is disappointed that the Asia Pacific telecommunications community has not identified sufficient spectrum to meet growing consumer demand.
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