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  CommScope to pay $3 billion for part of TE Connectivity  
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  U-verse grows a bit; Stephenson allows Title II feasibility  
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  Cox tunes up free Wi-Fi in Phoenix during Super Bowl week  
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  Telefónica uses Amdocs again, this time in Brazil  
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  Google expanding fiber service to 4 Southeastern metro areas  

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CommScope to pay $3 billion for part of TE Connectivity

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In an effort to expand its geographic reach and business portfolio, CommScope Holding announced this morning that it was buying TE Connectivity’s telecom, enterprise and wireless businesses for about $3 billion in cash. The deal included Switzerland-based TE’s telecommunications, enterprise networks and wireless businesses, which generated $1.9 billion in annual revenue last year.


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U-verse grows a bit; Stephenson allows Title II feasibility

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AT&T U-verse added a modest 73K video subscribers in Q4. Meanwhile, CEO Randall Stephenson allowed that there might be ways for the FCC to reclassify broadband under Title II without damaging the industry; he just wants to see the plan first before deciding. 


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Cox tunes up free Wi-Fi in Phoenix during Super Bowl week

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Cox Communications has opened up more than 1,200 access points in Phoenix this week for free ahead of this Sunday’s Super Bowl. Cox has also added temporary hot spots in high traffic areas of Phoenix in order to better serve Super Bowl XLIX attendees.


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Telefónica uses Amdocs again, this time in Brazil

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Telefónica continues to use Amdocs to upgrade the business support systems (BSS) of its properties in South America. This time it is looking to Amdocs for systems to support the multi-screen experience for quad-play customers of its Vivo operation in Brazil.


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Google expanding fiber service to 4 Southeastern metro areas

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Google said Tuesday it has selected four metro areas in the Southeast to receive its fiber optic service that can deliver Internet speeds at more than 50 times the national broadband average. The company said it will bring gigabit-speed service to Nashville, Tennessee; Atlanta; and Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte in North Carolina. 


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