AAPT CEO, Paul Broad has delivered a bullish prognosis for the company's fortunes, despite significant revenue declines and despite Reuters reporting unequivocally that parent Telecom NZ was in negotiations to sell the company to TPG.
The mobile landscape in France is still going through a lot of changes. Three days ago, SFR finally got acquired by Numericable, rejecting Bouygues’ offering for a second time. But when everybody thought that things were about to go back to normal, Le Parisien reported that Bouygues is willing to sell its telecom branch to Free, France’s so-called fourth mobile phone company.
AAPT and content delivery network operator, EdgeCast Networks, have formed a partnership under which AAPT will market EdgeCast's services in Australia and provide communications facilities to support the delivery of EdgeCast's services in Australia.
A couple of days ago, it was reported that Samsung might release the Galaxy S 5 in South Korea a little early because of a 45-day carrier ban imposed by the government. Then yesterday, it was reported that a deal wasn’t reached. Apparently Samsung wanted the global launch of April 11 to stay intact.