Nokia has outlined a four-part growth strategy that aims to outrun the market, following three years of declining revenues, and a hard-felt structural reorganisation partly involving the Alcatel-Lucent takeover.
Portugal Telecom provided a welcome boost to Altice’s third quarter financials as it returned to revenue growth in September, the first time it has done so since 2008.
Deutsche Telekom saw sales fall just 0.8 percent in its home market as its US opco continued to deliver stellar growth in Q3.
Altice has said it will not contest a fine related to the acquisitions of SFR and Virgin Mobile France two years ago.
Telecom Italia (TIM) returned to growth in three months to September 30, as it hit 2016 targets for both coverage and efficiency gains three months early.
Telia is to acquire enterprise communications company Phonero in a bid to boost its operations in Norway.
Vodafone has agreed to sell its consumer fixed line business in the Netherlands to T-Mobile, the two companies have announced.
Irish operator eir claimed higher revenues and lower costs in the three months to September 30, finishing the period with EBITDA of €122 million, up one percent and €2 million on year the same period a year ago.
VimpelCom saw revenue slip three percent to US$2.372 billion, and underlying EBITDA fall five percent to US$962 million in the three months to September 30.
Turkcell has picked Ericsson to handle its mobile and fibre networks as it revealed the attempted coup hit revenues in the third quarter.
Swisscom saw net revenues decline by 0.7 percent to CHF2.874 billion (€2.66 billion) in the three months to September 30, but EBITDA climb 11.8 percent to CHF1.08 billion (€1 billion).
TDC saw its way clear to raise its full-year earnings forecast to DKK 1.7 billion (€230 million), on the back of an improved third quarter, with broadband growth in Norway offsetting its decline in business and consumer sales at home in Denmark.
KPN saw group revenues decline three percent to €1.7 billion in the three months to 30 September, driven downwards by general decline in business revenues and price pressure on mobile services.
Both group revenue and profit stabilised at Proximus in the three months to 30 September as the Belgium-based operator took its declining international wholesale carrier arm BICS in hand.
Telekom Austria saw revenues rise in the third quarter as the CEO said “a modern way of leadership” was benefitting the business.
Timo Ihamuotila has quit as the CFO of Nokia after 15 years with the Finland-based company.
BT registered double digit revenue growth at key business units in the three months to September.
Profits were up at Telefónica in the third quarter, but this masked a fall in revenues and the company has been forced to cut its dividend to strengthen its balance sheet.
Telenor made a loss in the third quarter despite registering its highest ever quarterly EBITDA.
Vodafone UK was full of remorse after it was fined almost £5 million for “serious and sustained” breaches of consumer protection rules by the country's regulator.
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