Telenor to invest under $2B in Myanmar; Huawei sets out '5G' vision

> Huawei sets out its "5G" vision, with 100x LTE speeds set to be launched by 2020. Article

> Telenor expects to invest less than $2 billion ($2.66 billion) in its Myanmar business. Article

> Telecom Italia has reportedly turned to a former pasta maker executive for its new head of personnel Article

> Israeli operator Partner Communications reported an 83 per cent drop in second-quarter net profit due to increased competition and price erosion. Article

And finally… BT will finally switch off dial-up Internet services on September, even though some customers apparently still use it. Article

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