Webwire: Voice drags KDDI down; AT&T loses on T-Mo collapse

KDDI has reported a 17% slump in December quarter profit to 54.2 billion yen (€536 million) despite a 5.7% increase in revenue to 902 billion yen.
US operator AT&T swung to a $6.7 billion (€5.1 billion) fourth quarter loss, mostly due to the break-up fees associated with the company's failed $39 billion takeover bid for T-Mobile USA.
Telenor's Indian subsidiary, Uninor, is branching into long distance services using capacity leased from Tata Teleservices.
The number of connections to Singapore's NG-NBN fiber network has reached 100,000, or roughly one in ten households, according to data from network operator OpenNet.
A US congressman plans to ask the Federal Trade Commission to determine whether changes to Google's privacy policy violate a recent settlement agreement the company made with the agency.

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