Revenues and EBITDA hit an all-time high at Telenor after the operator added 3.4 million new subscribers in the third quarter.
Dutch operator KPN has announced a bond tender of up to €2 billion as it attempts to reduce its debt burden.
France’s competition authority has approved Numericable’s acquisition of SFR, but the deal has led to a third quarter loss at the cableco.
Turkcell and Turk Telekom both recorded promising third-quarter financial results following strong growth in the country’s mobile market.
Vodafone is investigating alleged tax fraud at Ono, the Spanish cableco it acquired earlier this year.
Belgacom saw revenues continue to decline during the third quarter, despite the operator’s consumer business unit reporting growth.
The CFO of Ericsson shed more light on its recent sudden exit from the modem business as the vendor kept its promise to deliver growing revenues.
Nokia Networks booked a €1.2 billion hit to operating profits at its HERE mapping business, a black mark amid a strong set of Q3 figures.
Telekom Austria has turned a financial corner after reporting that third quarter revenues increased, while net income grew by 150 percent.
Orange has continued to improve the revenue decline across its major businesses, as its 4G LTE and FTTH customer bases increased.
Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks (ASN) has signed an agreement with Sercel to acquire Optoplan, a Norwegian company that specialises in providing optical fibre sensing technology for offshore oil and gas platforms.
Huawei said it expects to make direct purchases worth €3 billion in Europe next year after announcing plans to increase its procurement spending in the region.
EE grew its 4G LTE customer base to 5.6 million in the third quarter, including over 6,200 enterprises, but revenues still refuse to rise.
Ericsson has revealed it is the main VoLTE supplier to Telefónica Germany.
América Móvil now holds 59.7 percent of the share capital of Telekom Austria after increasing its stake.
Telekom Austria’s Wholesale arm has won a contract with VimpelCom to provide signalling services to its Amsterdam-based rival.
Telefónica Germany is to cut 1,600 jobs following the acquisition of E-Plus from KPN.
TeliaSonera CEO Johan Dennelind said that the operator will continue to plough investment into its fibre rollout after announcing growth in Sweden and Europe in its third quarter results.
Ericsson has acquired software provider Sentilla as it looks to boost its services to companies that are embracing cloud and mobility solutions.
Brazilian operator Oi has confirmed that several parties including Altice have enquired about buying Portugal Telecom, but no offer has been made.
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