CHT cancels treasury stock to downsize paid-in capital
February 22, 2016
Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) announced yesterday that it is reducing its paid-in capital by 1.14%. The company is doing this by cancelling all existing treasury stock. After the reduction, the company’s paid-in capital totals NT$95.578 billion (US$3.01 billion).
The decision was
Highland Council progresses with broadband roll-out
January 30, 2016
Highland Council has reported good progress with the roll-out of high-speed broadband internet connections across the Highlands and Islands, including Argyll and Bute, Moray, Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles.
The Pathfinder North project was six months behind schedule and £1.6m
Freescale’s mobile chip business for sale
October 6, 2016
Texas-based chip maker, Freescale, has put its mobile phone chip division up for sale.
The company is seeking a buyer or partner for the division so that it can focus on making chips for computer networks and cars.
In a statement,
O2 leads the way with broadband bundling
October 13, 2016
A top telecoms and IT analysis firm has said that O2’s combined mobile and fixed-line broadband tariff is set to revolutionise the future of broadband subscriptions.
Since September this year O2 has been offering 12 months free subscription to its 8Mbps
Telecoms need Hybrid Solutions to win Market Share
August 26, 2016
Telecoms operators across Europe are being urged to jump into the television content business as quickly as possible.
This is the opinion of Arthur D. Little (Company) in a report just published entitled “Taking Advantage of the Best of IPTV
Troubles occur between Fast4 and EurISP over migrations
February 17, 2016
Fast4 is a broadband provider that does not appear on the news radar very frequently owing to its size, but ISPreview.co.uk is following this emergent item which revolves around the issues Fast4 say they are having in acquiring migration authorisation codes