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Australia’s TPG Telecom halts mobile network rollout over Huawei

TPG Telecom Ltd said on Tuesday it decided to cease rollout of its mobile network in Australia after the country’s government prohibited the use of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd equipment in 5G networks last year. “A key reason for the selection of the vendor and the design of TPG’s network was that there was a simple upgrade path to 5G, using Huawei equipment,” the company said in a statement. TPG said it had incurred expenditures of about A$100 million ($71.66 million) in the

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