News of Note—NBN’s network congestion; MetroPCS’ promotions

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Here are the other stories we’re following today:

> In order to address network congestion, fixed wireless provider NBN in Australia said it will increase its maximum microwave hub site backhaul bandwidth from 900 Mbps to 4 Gbps. ZDNet article

> T-Mobile’s MetroPCS may be planning to roll out several new offers. Prepaid Phone News article

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> Ericsson said it will establish a “Centre of Excellence (CoE) and Innovation Lab for 5G” in India. Release

> Why did large service providers and networking companies miss the SD-WAN boat? FierceTelecom article

> Sony’s PlayStation Vue has become the latest virtual pay TV platform to up its price by $5 a month across tiers, following similar announcement last week by market leader Sling TV. FierceCable article

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