eir CEO Richard Moat hailed a good start to the financial year as the Irish operator posted a two percent rise in EBITDA in the three months to 30 September.
Altice has connected over 14 million homes to pure fibre technology in France and Portugal, but sales growth continues to be elusive.
Swisscom’s Italian division added over 100,000 mobile subscribers in the third quarter, helping the operator to deliver growing revenues and profits.
Liberty Global’s latest financial results in Europe mirrored those of the previous quarter with a net loss accompanied by sales growth.
BT blamed a fall in pre-tax profits and revenues on the performances of its troubled enterprise arm and Global Services among other factors, but took the positives from mobile operator EE.
TDC saw sales and profits fall in the third quarter, but said an eight percent reduction in costs meant it was on track to deliver its full-year guidance.
Telia has exited MegaFon by selling its remaining 19 percent stake to Russia’s third largest bank.
Telefónica, KPN and Proximus reported a mixed bag of financial results for the three months to 30 September.
Nokia's network woes have deepened with plummeting sales as CEO Rajeev Suri warned pain within its core business is set to stretch into next year.
Orange's home comforts continued with the operator hailing strong customer wins and decreasing churn as it reported its best third quarter results since 2008.
Telekom Austria Group has seen third quarter profits fall by almost nine percent in its home market but expressed confidence about the months ahead by upgrading its sales outlook for the year.
Telenor saw its EBITDA margin hit a record high of 42.2 percent in the third quarter thanks to growing mobile revenues and opex reductions.
Cisco is expanding its enterprise portfolio with the acquisition of software company BroadSoft.
Tower firm Arqiva plans to float on the UK stock market after failing to reach a deal for a private sale.
DNA has upgraded its profit outlook for the year as a blitz on efficiency offset a slight fall in sales in its third quarter results.
Ericsson has warned a slowing Chinese market will hit the performance of the industry's big vendors, as its own struggles continued with a loss of SEK4.8 billion.
Tele2 has upgraded its 2017 guidance for the second quarter in a row after posting strong increases in sales and profits for Q3.
Telia has reversed a SEK8.6 billion net loss from 2016 by registering a net profit of SEK2.5 billion in its third quarter results.
Elisa registered an increase in revenues and EBITDA in the three months to 30 September despite a marked increase in mobile churn.
Drillisch has confirmed a series of management and supervisory board appointments following its merger with 1&1 Telecommunication.
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