The European Commission has cleared Altice’s takeover of PT Portugal after the former agreed to divest two existing businesses from its portfolio.
TeliaSonera and Telenor have said they remain confident that plans to merge their opcos in Denmark will go ahead as the European Commission announced an in-depth investigation into the deal.
Telefónica has announced a share capital increase a day after it got regulatory approval for its acquisition of Brazilian fixed-line company GVT.
The European Commission has confirmed it will review current telecoms rules as one of three main areas it will focus on as it attempts to get its Digital Single Market reform into law.
BT has hit out at “worryingly lopsided” new regulation from Ofcom that affects how it will price its broadband offerings in the future.
TalkTalk and Sky have called for the UK regulator to break up BT as part of its strategic review announced on Thursday.
The UK regulator has announced plans to conduct a strategic review of the country’s digital communications market.
Telenor has unveiled what it calls “a company-wide retail roaming initiative” as it bids to persuade customers to consume data abroad.
The CEOs of Europe’s largest operators tried hard to avoid going down the well trodden path of moaning about the regulatory environment in the opening keynote to Mobile World Congress 2015.
The Norwegian Competition Authority has approved TeliaSonera's acquisition of Tele2’s Norway, after forcing the two operators to offer further concessions.
BT has agreed definitive terms to acquire EE for £12.5 billion (€16.7 billion) after talks with Deutsche Telekom and Orange concluded successfully.
Dutch regulators have fined KPN and Vodafone for breaching net neutrality rules.
Altice’s top management said it had cost savings and quad-play rival Nos in its sights after getting the green light to acquire Portugal Telecom.
Hutchison Whampoa and Telefónica have confirmed they are in exclusive discussions about a deal that would see Three and O2 merge in the UK.
All of the UK’s major internet service providers have now signed up to the Open Internet Code, the Broadband Stakeholder Group (BSG) has revealed.
TeliaSonera has given a profit warning, revealing its Q4 operating profit will be hit by almost a quarter of a billion Euros.
BT has branded new draft pricing restrictions that require it to maintain clear margins between its wholesale and retail fibre offerings as “misconceived”.
Belgacom’s regulatory chief has started his new role as Chairman of the European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association (ETNO).
Belgian operator BASE is exiting the digital television market, claiming it cannot make its SNOW product work pay off because of "negative" government intervention.
Industry analysts have broadly welcomed the news that BT has entered into exclusive negotiations with EE’s owners over a potential sale of the 4G market leader.
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