The outlook for Brazilian operator Oi remains uncertain after CEO Zeinal Bava resigned on Tuesday, with the decision to sell off Portuguese Telecom still undecided.
Hewlett-Packard, a key supplier to the telecoms industry, has announced it will separate into two publicly-traded companies by the end of next year.
Ericsson has acquired smart grid communications provider Ambient as the vendor looks to bolster its investments in the technology.
The Chief Executive of Orange Business Services has admitted a return to revenue growth is likely to be at least five years away.
Telefónica has gained a notable advantage in the German market after its protracted acquisition of E-Plus from KPN was finally completed, in a takeover valued at €8.6 billion.
Tele2 Norway has signed an agreement with Ice Communication Norge to acquire frequency from the company in return for parts of its mobile infrastructure.
Internet players such as Google and Facebook have invested over $30 billion per annum in physical networks, facilities and equipment in the last three years, a new study has found.
TeliaSonera will report €92 million worth of writedowns in its third quarter results, principally due to the overstated value of assets in its Eurasian business.
Four Chief Marketing Operators are in line to win European Communications’ inaugural CMO of the Year next month.
EE and Vodafone UK have stepped in to acquire nearly 200 shops from mobile retail chain Phones 4U following news that it has fallen into administration.
Ireland’s incumbent operator eircom has ruled out an IPO after concluding a strategic review of its business.
Telefónica has completed a deal for Brazilian fixed-line operator GVT, ending months of negotiation with Vivendi.
Ericsson has announced it will no longer develop modems and will instead redirect investment into radio networks.
Danish operator TDC has signed a deal worth €1.66bn to take over Norwegian TV and broadband provider Get, which will create Scandinavia's biggest cable TV company, with a customer base of 1.7 million connected homes.
Netherlands-based operator VimpelCom has signed a deal to sell its stake in Canadian wireless carrier Wind Mobile in a deal worth CAD135 million (€95.0 million).
Scotland faces an uncertain future over spectrum, roaming and the cost of deploying telecoms services, if the country votes for independence, new research from Macquarie has said.
Orange has made a €3.4 billion offer for Spanish telco Jazztel, as it moves to strengthen its fixed line services in the country.
Telenor has opened an online bank in Serbia as it looks to introduce mobile financial services into the Eastern European country.
Operator hopes that 4G LTE will significantly boost their financial performance could be short lived, with new research claiming overall service revenues will stagnate after passing the $1 trillion (€773.1 billion) mark next year.
Revenues at Iliad have topped the €2 billion mark between January and June after the company shook off a rejected bid for a majority share of T-Mobile US.
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