Tele2 made its first steps in putting a rocky 2016 behind it with its Q1 underlying operating profit leaping by almost a third.
DNA has increased its profit outlook for 2017 as it bagged more Finnish customers using more data.
Sky and HBO have announced plans to co-produce two drama series a year as part of a $250 million deal.
Vivendi has come out fighting as Italian regulator Agcom ordered it to sell its stake in either Telecom Italia (TIM) or Mediaset on anti-trust concerns.
Netflix is to spend over $1 billion on marketing this year as it looks to boost subscriber numbers.
Romania-based operator DIGI Communications is launching an IPO on the Bucharest stock exchange as its owners seek to capitalise on growing revenues and EBITDA.
Telenor is selling another tranche of its shareholding in VEON, formally VimpelCom, as it looks to exit the operator that has caused it much angst.
Ericsson and Cisco have won a contract to supply and install IP routers for Brazil’s Nextel as their fledging partnership continues to make headway.
Telia has written off the value of its holding in Tcell after its agreement to dispose of the Tajik operator fell through.
Huawei recorded flat profits and slowing growth at its consumer arm in 2016, as the China-based vendor unveiled its latest rotating CEO.
Telekom Austria has made its first investment in a company fostered by its start-up program.
Ericsson is exploring strategic options for its media and IT cloud infrastructure hardware businesses as part of a new strategy unveiled by CEO Börje Ekholm.
The launch of Wind Tre in Italy pushed up Three Europe’s revenues and earnings last year, while the company’s UK arm said legal action was a possibility if the next spectrum auction didn’t go its way.
Vittorio Colao has described the $23.1 billion merger of Vodafone India and Ideal Cellular as a “pretty momentous” deal.
Finland’s Elisa has acquired part of IT network and data centre company Santa Monica Networks as it looks to strengthen its offering to enterprise customers.
Bouygues Telecom and Orange have denied another media report that they are engaged in merger talks.
ZTE is set to pay a record fine to the US government over claims it exported telecoms equipment to Iran and North Korea.
Iliad said growth in the volume of mobile traffic on its own network pushed up profits in 2016, as its latest financials delivered more impressive figures.
Deutsche Telekom has posted surging annual revenues driven by “unabated growth” in the US, but its shareholding in BT saw profits slide.
Ericsson’s new CEO is “drinking through a firehose”, while Cisco’s CEO admitted employees are working “round the clock” to make the two vendors’ nascent partnership a success, discussions at Mobile World Congress have revealed.
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