The six month-old joint venture between Vodafone and Liberty Global in the Netherlands has made an unspectacular start to life, its first set of half-year financials have revealed.
Liberty Global’s European operations posted a net loss in the three months to June, but the company saw sales tick up thanks to its opco in Germany.
Vivendi has said it does not exercise de facto control over Telecom Italia (TIM), as the fallout from its shareholding in the operator continues.
Revenue growth from telecoms services slowed in the UK last year, as declining wholesale sales offset rising demand for faster broadband.
Mobile operator Three saw revenues and EBITDA grow across Europe in the first half of 2017 as the UK impressed with solid customer growth.
VEON Chief Executive Jean-Yves Charlier talked up a “robust” second quarter at the operator as sales and EBITDA both rose on the back of growing subscriber numbers.
Deutsche Telekom’s European operations recorded revenue growth of 2.4 percent in the second quarter, as earnings at T-Mobile US pushed the operator to up its guidance.
UK fibre company Hyperoptic has won a further £100 million (€111 million) in funding as it looks to accelerate and broaden its network roll-out.
Tele2 is selling its Austrian opco to Hutchinson Whampoa as it looks to refocus on other markets.
Altice Group has shrugged off "aggressive" competition in France and falling profits in Portugal to post a 6.9 percent increase in its bottom line, thanks to the performance of its US arm.
Proximus's wholesale arm continued to weigh down its financials, as customer acquisition struggled to lift the bottom line.
Former Telecom Italia CEO Flavio Cattaneo has said he "left the company better than I found it" with sales and earnings increasing for the first half of 2017.
BT has paid £225 million to Deutsche Telekom and Orange over its Italian accounting scandal and shaken up its management team with a new consumer business led by mobile arm EE's CEO.
KPN CEO Eelco Blok has vowed to improve customer satisfaction in its Business arm, as the operator shrugged off faster declining sales to report an increase in operating profit of 13 percent.
Telefónica has revised its sales outlook for the year ahead as operating income increased by 6.1 percent.
Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri has warned of a more difficult 2017 than expected, as the Finnish vendor reported a surge in profits off the back of a patent deal with Apple.
Orange has returned to growth in France for the first time in almost a decade as sales made further headway in 2017.
Vodafone has committed to launching a consumer IoT offering after the summer, with the solution being personally trialled by the Group's CEO.
Telia’s CEO has promised "vital" job cuts in Sweden as the operator plunged into the red in the second quarter.
Tele2 has raised its full-year EBITDA guidance as 2017 continues to be a profitable year for the operator.
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