The network-sharing joint venture between Three and EE in the UK has given Ericsson some much needed good news with the announcement that it is extending its managed services contract by two years.
Spending on telecoms and pay-TV services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa is set to grow 1.7 percent to $492 million next year, according to new research.
Altice is selling off two non-core assets as it looks to deliver on a promise to cut its debt.
Nokia has denied reports that it is preparing an offer to acquire rival vendor Juniper Networks.
Liberty Global is launching an enterprise-focused joint venture in the UK with MXC Capital.
Altice has moved to clarify what it said was “misinformation” and reassure the financial markets about the strength of the company’s balance sheet.
BT and Huawei are establishing a new research group at the UK’s University of Cambridge.
Telia has said it is hopeful The Church of Sweden will once again become an investor after the operator fell foul of its asset management guidelines.
France’s Iliad registered a rise in revenues in the three months to 30 September but kept the market guessing about an upcoming launch in Italy.
Bouygues Telecom has upped its EBITDA margin target for the year as it registered revenue and profit growth in its latest financials.
TalkTalk made a net loss in its latest financial results as it prepares to launch a new mobile proposition.
MTS hailed one of its best quarters in recent history as the financial performance in the three months to 30 September led to it upping its full-year guidance.
Vodafone is upping its EBITDA outlook for the 2017/18 financial year as cost savings and revenue growth helped the operator’s performance in the six months to 30 September.
New Telecom Italia CEO Amos Genish hailed his first set of financial results, as the operator joined VEON and Sunrise in reporting its third quarter financials.
Vodafone and Idea Cellular have provided details about the sale of their respective Indian tower businesses ahead of a merger of the two operators.
Deutsche Telekom raised its full-year profit forecast for the second time this year as strong customer growth pushed up revenues and earnings in the third quarter.
Telia’s ongoing attempts to bring together its opcos in Latvia have hit another setback with the government rejecting its latest merger proposal.
The nine-month old joint venture between VEON and Hutchison in Italy has seen earnings rise but revenues fall as it looks to create a converged player to rival Telecom Italia and Vodafone.
The CEO of Three Austria has said the merger of his company with rival Tele2 will go together as well as coffee and cake, as he targets new revenues and IoT services.
Deutsche Telekom’s attempts to merge its US division with Sprint have failed with its rival instead doing a deal with Altice.
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