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Fri, 20 Apr 2007 09:56:38 EDT

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The CommunicationsDirect Daily Update
For April 20, 2007

Fixed-Line Telephony Makes Comeback in Russia as Renova Rolls Out
Moscow Network

Renova Media has launched fixed-line voice telephony in Moscow
through its subsidiaries MIG Telecom and the Institute of Automated
Systems (IAS), reports Novecon. Two tariff plans will be made
available to subscribers. The 'Optima' plan will offer 400
minutes of calls for 250 roubles (US$9.7), with an additional
0.23-rouble ...

TeliaSonera Launches HSPA "Turbo 3G" Service in Norway

TeliaSonera's Norwegian subsidiary, NetCom, has launched its HSPA
network, becoming the latest TeliaSonera unit to launch the
service. TeliaSonera announced that the service, branded 'Turbo'
is being rolled out in the biggest cities in Norway in 2007 and
will offer customers internet access up to 10 times faster ...

IPTV: It's an Ad, Ad World

LAS VEGAS -- NAB 2007 -- For all its promise of new features and
new revenue streams, the first wave of IPTV is likely to be
fueled on plain old advertising, according to panelists at the
IPTV World conference on Wednesday. A subset of the NAB show,
IPTV World devoted a day to discussing content and business
issues around IPTV, ...

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