Telekom Austria subsidiary Mobiltel has acquired blizoo Bulgaria as the operator attempts to turn around its international business.
Tele2 and KPN have signed a new fixed broadband access agreement that will allow the Sweden-based operator to provide higher speeds to customers in the Netherlands.
BT Group could be forced to spin off its Openreach division after Ofcom completed the initial phase of its review into the country's digital communications market.
BT has called on the UK regulator include pay TV in its Digital Communications Review in order to address Sky’s dominance in the market.
Alcatel-Lucent has won deals worth €1.2 billion to supply China Mobile and China Unicom with a range of technology.
Three of Jazztel’s most senior executives are to leave the company following the completion of Orange’s takeover.
The European Commission will axe roaming charges within the next two years and guarantee net neutrality across the continent.
Sky has called on Ofcom to launch a full investigation into BT’s Openreach division on the grounds that it has consistently failed to deliver an adequate standard of service.
Marc Werner, Head of Residential Customers at Swisscom, discusses Wingo, the operator’s new brand for young, digitally savvy urban customers.
Jazztel shareholders have overwhelmingly approved a takeover by Orange.
People don’t need 1GB fibre yet, the man who is leading TalkTalk’s FTTP joint venture with CityFibre and Sky, has said.
Manchester is the first city to benefit from Virgin Media’s new deployment of broadband, where it will go head to head with Vodafone’s new offering.
Alcatel-Lucent has launched a G.fast gateway and published new research on self-help customer service tools.
Alcatel-Lucent has won a deal from Tiscali to deploy a 100G terrestrial optical backbone infrastructure and upgrade existing submarine links.
Ofcom has proposed controls over the wholesale prices BT can charge for its high-speed businesses lines.
Vodafone UK has unveiled its fixed network offering, which is only targeting existing customers in selected areas.
Alcatel-Lucent’s French Group Committee declared its approval of the company’s merger with Nokia as the vendor announced new deals with Telecom Italia and HP.
eircom is increasing its FTTH network in Ireland to boost the number of rural communities that can access the technology.
Alcatel-Lucent has conducted the first field trials of G.Fast in Japan with Energia Communications (EneCom).
The average fixed broadband speed will double to 42.5Mbps over the next four years as operators scramble to facilitate growing demand, new findings have claimed.
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