News of Note—RCS messaging revenues; ZTE’s losses; signal boosters and more

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New rules in the United Kingdom will require ISPs to provide accurate information about the speeds they provide. (Pixabay)

Here are the stories we’re chasing today:

> U.S. wireless operators continue to warn of the increased use of signal boosters. MWL article

> Juniper Research predicted that global revenues from RCS (Rich Communication Services) messaging would grow to $9 billion by 2022, up from $126 million this year. Release

> Apple will give its customers the ability to access the data the company stores about them. 9to5Mac article

> New rules in the United Kingdom will require ISPs to provide accurate information about the speeds they provide. Wired article

> According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index, ISPs have fallen 3.1% in customer satisfaction. ZDnet article

> ZTE said the U.S. Commerce Department’s action against the company has cost it $3.1 billion so far. Reuters article

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