ALSO NOTED: LG gets charged $108.8M for sitting on the 2 GHz band; 3G services in Australia have raked in $1B; and much more...

> Kuwait's MTC says that it has signed the general syndication agreement for the $4-billion credit facility that will be used to fund MTC's future acquisitions and general corporate needs. Article

> South Korea's telecoms regulator, the Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC), has decided to charge LG Telecom $108.8 million in additional fees for its exclusive use of the 2 GHz band. LG hadn't launched services for the band and subsequently lost its license. Article

> 3G services in Australia have raked in $1 billion dollars to date. Article

> India's Wipro and Motorola are forming a joint venture to deliver managed telecoms services to public and private network customers. Article

And Finally... China warns millions of citizens about typhoon via text messaging. Article

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