News In Brief: Telekomunikacja Polska, PTK Centertel, MTN Rwandacell, Google, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Polish telco Telekomunikacja Polska’s mobile arm PTK Centertel has applied to domestic competition authorities to establish an Everything Everywhere-style joint venture with competitor Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa.
 
Rwandan operator MTN Rwandacell has opened multimedia content to pre-pay users using Ericsson billing and IMS kit.
 
Google has delayed the decision on which US cities will be first to sample its 1-Gbps fiber access network until 2011, citing too many applicants, eWeek reports.
 
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says NBN Co’s plans to build only 14 points of interconnect is inadequate and that the network needs at least 120, TeleGeography reports.
 
Rackspace Hosting has acquired startup Cloudkick, which creates web applications for cloud-server management that automate the work of system administrators.

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