Analysis

In the first part of our look back at the European telecoms space in 2012, we focused on some of the more challenging events affecting operators.

In part two, we will look at some of the more optimistic events of the past 12 months as we think about how telcos and the communications space will evolve in the near future.

The CEO of Scandinavian operator TeliaSonera has revealed he is investing €1.5 million of his own money in MegaFon, the Russian mobile operator that is due to start trading as a public company on Wednesday.

Alcatel-Lucent registered another loss-making quarter as the company’s tardy transformation programme began to make an impact.

The France-based vendor made a loss of €156 million between July and September as revenues fell 2.8 percent year-on-year to €3.6 billion.

    

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