Vietnam’s Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang has reportedly approved the country’s national data strategy up to 2030, which includes a plan to establish a national data services market.
Another African country is in the news for the wrong reasons as Senegal has – again – cut mobile internet access for supposedly security-related reasons.
Thailand’s Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES) has reportedly finalised its proposal to deploy a cell broadcast emergency warning system later this year to be used during disasters, terrorist attacks or civil unrest.
Only days after Movistar’s request to suspend the process was turned down by the Court for the Defence of Free Competition (TDLC), Chilean telecommunications services regulator Subtel has again adjusted the calendar for the next 5G spectrum auction, which will award frequencies in the 3.5GHz band.
Operators MTN Nigeria and Globacom have, according to local news reports, agreed to resolve their latest dispute over interconnection fees.