Mobile telecommunications

How China Shapes our Future

In the middle of May, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order enabling the federal government to prohibit US companies from buying telecom equipment from foreign companies. The first to feel the damage from the order was Chinese company Huawei. How do you see this situation?

The 10 Travel Public Transport Ticket Can Be now Used by more that One Passenger

Changes in last year's ordinance on billing in Sofia's public transport have sparked controversy between supervisors and passengers. On this occasion, our team contacted the Executive Director of the Center for Urban Mobility to clarify the rights and obligations of passengers when using multi-trip tickets.

Huawei Technologies' Creator and CEO, Ren Zhengfei won’t Approve Countermeasures Against Apple

Huawei Technologies' creator and CEO, Ren Zhengfei, told Bloomberg TV that Beijing's countermeasures against Apple Inc. are unlikely and he will oppose a possible move from Beijing to the iPhone maker.

Answering some calls in China for reprisal measures against Apple, Ren Zhengfei said he would "protest" against any such move if it was taken by the Beijing government.

The First Successful Test For A 5G Mobile Phone Call Was Carried Out In Hungary

The first successful test for a 5G mobile phone call with China Zhejiang (ZTE) equipment was carried out in Hungary.

The government's announcement on the occasion is that the test was carried out between two Telenor operator stations in Gyor and the data transmission rate was 1.7 billion bits per second.