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Keep up with all the latest news affecting European telcos from regulation and financial results to developments in network sharing, billing and innovative new content.

EE signs up MobileIron to boost mobile security to enterprise customers

EE has signed a deal with MobileIron that sees the UK operator offer the vendor’s Cloud platform to boost security to its enterprise customers.

French Treasury Chief joins Orange as part of senior management shake up

Ramon Fernandez and Laurent Paillassot are joining Orange's Executive Committee as Deputy CEOs, the operator has revealed.

Telekom Austria leaves it up to shareholders to accept América Móvil takeover

Telekom Austria's management board has put its future in its shareholders' hands, saying it has decided not to formally back or reject América Móvil’s proposed takeover offer.

Data traffic growth drives MTS revenues upwards

MTS has reported "steady, profitable growth" in the first three months of the year thanks to increased data usage by its subscriber base.

Portugal Telecom takes over CardMobili customer loyalty services platform

Portugal Telecom is taking over the customer loyalty services platform of digital wallet vendor CardMobili.

Nokia boosts security pitch with dedicated new unit

Nokia has launched a new unit to ensure all its new products and services will have security systems fully integrated into their designs.

Vodafone attacks fibre backhaul market, calls for fairer access

Vodafone has warned competition will be damaged across Europe within five years unless operators have access to fibre backhaul at reasonable prices, as the current market does not provide a "level playing field".

Telenor signs five year radio deal with Nokia

Telenor has signed a five year radio agreement deal with Nokia for the vendor to supply it with radio access equipment and professional services.

Orange serves up LTE multicast for French Open, extends partnership

Orange is to provide a 4G multicast service for attendees of this year's French Open, as the operator extended its decade long partnership with Roland Garros for another three years.