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Nokia and T-Mobile will work together to develop 5G Private Mobile Networks and Hybrid Mobile Networks. These solutions will be part of T-Mobile’s newly announced 5G Advanced Network Solutions, a suite of 5G networks that enable applications to help provide enterprise and government customers with superfast speeds, lower latency, and control over their connectivity, with options at the edge. Customers now have a flexible solution that delivers real-world results and next-level performance.

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Verizon is bringing racing fans a whole new way to experience the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix this weekend thanks to Verizon 5G Ultra-Wideband. With Verizon 5G Ultra-Wideband’s massive capacity, super-fast speeds and low latency, fans at the track can get closer to the racing action with 5G Multi-View and experience contactless shopping at the Hard Rock Stadium Express Shop. Plus, fans at the venue can transport themselves onto the Hard Rock Beach Club concert stage for various performances with the Hard Rock Beach Club Ultra Pass.

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According to The Globe & Mail, Xplornet has entered negotiations on a potential purchase of Shaw Communications’ Freedom Mobile division, as Rogers Communications looks at options for offloading Freedom to gain regulatory clearance for its proposed takeover of Shaw.

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MTN GlobalConnect has significantly advanced its position as a leader in Pan-African fibre networks and platforms with strong 2021 results. On a mission to expand African connectivity and leading the journey is CEO Frédéric Schepens, who remains compelled and driven to create both social and economic benefits in Africa. Telecom Review has spoken with Fred to dig deeper and capture the story behind MTN GlobalConnect’s performance.

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March 11th of 2022 proved to be a monumental day for telecommunications and entertainment conglomerate AT&T. Management announced not only their own expectations for the company's 2022 fiscal year, but also their thoughts on what the 2023 fiscal year should bring. Although the cash flow picture of the enterprise will be weaker in 2022 than what might have been anticipated, the overall condition of the company is encouraging. What's more, revenue growth, combined with cost-cutting initiatives, will help to increase cash flow over the next two years. Add onto this the fact that leverage for the enterprise is coming under control and that shares are trading at a level that look incredibly appealing, and it is a difficult prospect, truly, to pass up. In fact, I would make the case that shares today are some of the most attractive of any company on the market presently.

Read more: AT&T Plans for the Future

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