News In Brief: Google, Ofcom, Nokia, M1, Tata, Trai

Around a third of UK consumers and businesses regularly experience coverage problems on the country's mobile networks, Ofcom adviser the Communications Consumer Panel (CCP) said.
 
A group of US lawmakers has backed AT&T's accusations against Google Voice, ordering regulator FCC to investigate Google's practice of blocking calls to rural exchanges.
 
Nokia said it would publish its third quarter results on October 15.
 
Singapore mobile operator M1 has launched a one-month SMS-based charity drive to help the survivors of the Padang earthquake, pledging S$50,000 ($36,000).
 
Tata Comm says it has disconnected from its global network several carriers which were allegedly engaged in false answer supervision (FAS) fraud.
 
Indian telecom regulator Trai says its proposed per-second billing scheme for mobile tariffs would not be mandatory.

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