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I MAY BE SPIRITUAL PERSON, but I don't think I have actual psychic powers.

But I must have some sort of extra sensory perception, because my past predictions have been freakish on target.......O''dear!

Last year, and even this year,  -was not a propitious one for the prediction industry. Against all expectations dictators got kicked where it hurts the most, and then-

No one could forecast many epic natural disasters. 

Or The rise of the great O'' Captain, Imran Khan in the background of the great tide of protests-

And those misguided,  who think, that the O'' Captain's leadership and protests will die down to an anxious apathy are in not for a surprise but  for a real hammering

Along with  ''Unknown Unknowns''. 

But for now back to earth and : 

!WOW!  -the World Students Society Computers-Internet-Wireless is deeply honoured:

And extends its heartfelt congratulations to Student Malala Yusufzai on being awarded this coveted recognition of peace for her exemplary cause and singular courage. 

We wish her the very best for the  future.

!WOW!  -the World Students Society Computers-Internet-Wireless is also deeply honoured:

To extend its heartfelt congratulations to Mr Kailash Satyarthi on being awarded a Nobel Prize for his distinguished, selfless and devoted work to building a better world.

We wish him the very best for the future and hope to see him on !WOW! 

AND NOW  back to the continuing post on EU's  Telecoms plans and regulations:

^The digital commissioner proposes a single market to speed up Europe*:

The operators will be encouraged to allow them to  ''roam like at home''  for data or calls when they are abroad,

Companies with such deals will escape another rule, obliging them to let customers use another provider when they travel.

Calls from home to other  EU  countries will be charged at domestic rates.

Ms Kroes also says she will protect  -''net neutrality'' . By this she means banning operators from blocking services, as some mobile firms do to Internet voice calls, for example.

But she will allow operators to charge more for better service, such as higher speed.

This is also a thorny subject in America : Lawyers for Verizon and the Federal Communication Commission, a regulator, had a preliminary skirmish in court that week.

Consumers will doubtless be delighted at not leaving to fork out for checking e-mail or consulting  online maps   whenever they cross a border.

Mobile operators are grumbling at that.

Incumbent broadband firms should like the copper-price idea.

Ms Kroes is right for Europe's telecoms markets are too fragmented. But pan- European licensing may not help much: Most operators and analysts think that mergers inside borders are likelier route.

Several deals have been agreed or mooted in recent months, notably in Germany where,  if regulators allow Telefonica of Spain to buy Dutch owned   e-Plus, the number of mobile operators will be reduced from four to three.

In more concentrated markets Europe's operators would probably be more profitable.

That they argue, would give them the incentive to build the infrastructure Europe's politicians demand. The snag is that this might mean higher prices, too.:

Americans may have faster networks, but they pay a lot more.

On that Europe's regulators are likely to be much less keen. 

With most loving and caring dedication to the students of Karachi/ Sindh: 
Student Uzma Naqvi, Student  Reza  Haider/Canada,  Student  Sherbano Naqvi, Student Mahnoor Haider,  and Student Noor Ghazi.

See Ya all on !WOW!  -the World Students Society Computers-Internet-Wireless

''' The Road Map Of your Future '''

'''Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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