Vodafone UK has partnered with Readly that sees the magazine app offered to its customer base.
UK MVNO Tesco Mobile has launched a sponsored data offering that it said will reduce subscribers’ monthly bills.
Consumers are increasingly putting customer care and operators’ service, device portfolios as their key reasons for being loyal, a new report had found.
The growth in mobile internet connections is a bigger global disruption than the industrial revolution, the UK Head of PwC’s Entertainment & Media division has said.
Altice and VOO have talked up the benefits of DOCSIS 3.1 technology as they trial and deploy kit from Cisco to boost their content offerings.
Telenor has launched its first digital healthcare service, with subscribers in Bangladesh set to benefit.
Operators that invest to improve reliability and protect consumers from privacy violations could see revenues grow faster than those that focus on opening up their networks to content providers, selling services or relying solely on connectivity, according to new research.
YouTube-obsessed teenagers are willing to pay for cellular connectivity as they continue to stream video at all times of the day, according to new research.
Telecom Italia (TIM) customers will be able to watch 4K content from Google after it launched a new set-top box based around the Android OS.
Ericsson has won a multi-year deal to provide TV listings to the publisher of newspaper USA Today.
The Swiss Competition Commission (ComCo) has imposed a sanction of CHF 71.8 million on Swisscom and Cinetrade/Teleclub for alleged prohibited marketing of sports content via pay TV.
The 4K set-top box market is set to explode, new research predicts, but the overall market will continue to decline as operators look at different ways to deliver video services.
Corporate strategies must not be developed with a focus on a single segment of the internet value chain, a new study has warned.
BT is gunning for millennials after striking a deal to stream the UEFA Champions League and Europa League finals free of charge on YouTube.
SFR said it wants to write the future of the telecom, media and advertising industries with two acquisitions that look set to shake up the French market.
Huawei has unveiled a new product designed to help operators launch video services.
TalkTalk has launched a pay as you go TV service that leverages its acquisition of blinkbox.
Telenor CEO Sigve Brekke has urged employees to roll up their sleeves and start innovating as the operator launched an in-house "intrapreneur" program.
Telcos can benefit from customer acquisition, upsell opportunities, lower churn and increased brand affinity by partnering with Netflix, its CEO has claimed in a charm offensive to partners.
China Telecom is one of 12 new partners to join Ericsson’s content delivery network alliance, as the vendor beefs up its TV and video offering.
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