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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.

Orange launches e-commerce venture in US, Mexico as it expands Horizons

Orange has launched an e-commerce website for American and Mexican consumers as it looks to build up sales in countries where it has no network.

Alcatel-Lucent hails “major breakthrough” for copper broadband

Alcatel-Lucent’s research arm has set a new broadband speed record of 10Gbps in what it described as a “major breakthrough” for copper broadband.

EE delivers UK Post Office MVNO deal

EE has won a new MVNO client after the Post Office announced it will enter the UK mobile market in autumn 2014.

Vodafone selects A-L for small cells and Wi-Fi

Vodafone has selected Alcatel-Lucent to supply small cell and Wi-Fi technology as part of its Project Spring investment programme.

EE partners with cloudco to deliver business apps to SME market

EE has signed a deal with cloud services vendor Business Centric Services Group to offer its SME customers a range of dedicated apps.

Operator wholesale revenues expected to rise despite falling prices

Growing traffic volumes will ensure that operators’ wholesale revenues will continue to increase over the next five years, according to a new report.

Teliasonera acquires Tele2 Norway for €450 million after regulatory “failure”

Teliasonera has boosted its presence in Norway by snapping up Tele2’s subsidiary in the country, but the deal has only highlighted a "miserable and failed" spectrum licencing process, according to one analyst.

Deutsche Telekom unveils three new partners for smart home platform

Deutsche Telekom has announced three new partners have joined its smart home platform Qivicon.

Vodafone has no plans to change strategy as M2M adoption rates boom

M2M adoption has increased by more than 80 percent in the last 12 months, with over a fifth of companies now adopting the technology, according to Vodafone.