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Public Policy

Mandatory ‘real name’ registration by prepaid SIM card users: Considerations for policymakers

May 24, 2016

Mandatory registration of prepaid SIM cards is a policy that a number of governments have adopted in recent years. It requires consumers to provide proof of identity in order to activate a p...

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Network 2020

GSMA SUPPORTS RUSSIA OPERATORS IN MOVE TO IP COMMUNICATIONS

May 12, 2016

You may remember a recent blogpost highlighting our ongoing work with Russia’s mobile network operators MegaFon, MTS, Tele2 and VimpelCom (Beeline), as well as the Ministry of Telecom and ...

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Mobile 360

Why Privacy & Security?

April 25, 2016

Mobile technology is without doubt heavily embedded in our lives – both personally and within the working environment. As organisations continue to build mobile in to their business models...

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Spectrum

Spectrum for Internet of Things needs to be carefully considered

April 20, 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT) has huge potential to improve the way we live and work, but this promise isn’t going to be automatically fulfilled. It will take a concerted effort from the wh...

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Spectrum

Hunt for spectrum underlines importance of 5G

April 14, 2016

5G networks promise plenty of great new features, but one of the critical issues in making the next-generation technology a high-speed reality is the need for more spectrum. This was underli...

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Connected Living

An embedded SIM can make your smart watch smarter

April 11, 2016

Wearables have been given a boost with a new SIM specification that could pave the way to a wave of new connected devices joining the mobile network. Remote SIM Provisioning (RSP) enables op...

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