Bouygues Telecom has hit back at recent speculation over its future by stating that it has received no takeover offers.
Belgacom reported falling but improving revenues in the second quarter as it extended its partner market agreement with Vodafone.
Three reported good growth in the first six months of 2014 despite handset sales falling by 12 percent.
Deutsche Telekom is keeping its cards close to its chest as it mulls over an unsolicited offer for its US subsidiary from Groupe Iliad.
Alcatel-Lucent saw sales rise and losses narrow between April and June as it announced plans to float its Submarine Networks business.
Telefónica saw net profits rise between April and June but only its UK business reported an increase in sales.
Continued growth in fibre broadband was not enough to halt an overall slide in revenues at BT during the last quarter.
Tumbling revenues reflected another difficult quarter for KPN as the Chief Executive promised to reinstate a dividend later this year.
Ericsson is buying metadata-based billing, commerce and settlement company MetraTech Corp in a bid to boost its B/OSS offering and also expanded an existing deal with Australia's National Broadband Network Company.
Orange saw revenues and profits continue to fall in the first half of the year, despite the operator breaking through the two million 4G LTE customers in France barrier.
BSkyB is bringing the leading Pay TV businesses in three of Europe’s four biggest markets together after signing a deal with 21st Century Fox, a move that has raised speculation of a future bid from Vodafone.
UK operator EE saw revenues fall between April and June despite the number of 4G customers and overall ARPU increasing.
Vodafone said Spanish customers trying to save their pennies had hit service revenues offsetting surging demand for 4G services in Europe between April and June.
Nokia reported falling revenues and profits in the second quarter of the year, but said it was on track to return to growth after the sale of its devices business to Microsoft was completed.
LTE data usage has helped Swedish operator Tele2 report record service revenues but it warned of lower full year sales, due to the sale of its Norwegian arm, devaluation in Kazakhstan and lower handset sales in Holland.
Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE has raised its half-year profit forecasts thanks to the rapid take-up of 4G phones in Asia.
Mexican telecoms group América Móvil is set to expand in Europe after taking full control of Telekom Austria.
Three Ireland has sealed its multi-million euro takeover of O2 Ireland from Spanish group Telefónica making it the second biggest telecoms provider in the country.
Vodafone has signed a new partner market agreement in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands with Bemobile as it looks to broaden its geographic footprint in Asia-Pacific.
Teliasonera has boosted its presence in Norway by snapping up Tele2’s subsidiary in the country, but the deal has only highlighted a "miserable and failed" spectrum licencing process, according to one analyst.
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