News of Note—Philo, Huawei and AT&T

News of note
AT&T Midwest and Legacy workers represented by the Communications Workers of America union will continue to work despite the fact their contracts expired on Saturday. (Pixabay)

> Philo, the entertainment-focused OTT TV service, said it has opened access to TV Everywhere apps and websites for most of the networks in its lineup. Multichannel News article

> AT&T Midwest and Legacy workers represented by the Communications Workers of America union will continue to work despite the fact their contracts expired on Saturday. FierceTelecom article

> Huawei said it’s the first vendor to pass China’s 5G Non-Standalone core network test, which constitutes an important part of China’s 5G R&D trials for operators that hope to deploy 5G commercial networks early and quickly. FierceWireless article

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