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The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) may impose a fine of up to INR3.5 billion (USD57.94 million) on Uninor for failing to secure the watchdog’s approval when it combined seven separate... more
Bruno Lasserre, the president of France’s competition watchdog, the Autorite de la Concurrence, has reportedly disclosed to local media that the antitrust regulator is planning to conduct a comprehensive study... more
Luxembourg-based Millicom International Cellular (MIC) has revealed that the planned merger between its Tigo-branded Colombian unit and state-backed telco Une-EPM is being considered by the regulatory bodies for TV –... more
Deutsche Telekom (DT) yesterday secured official approval ‘without conditions’ from the European Commission (EC) for its acquisition of GTS Central Europe, first announced in November 2013. The transaction is expected... more
Bahraini enterprise-focused alternative telco Kalaam Telecom has announced the successful acquisition of rival altnet Lightspeed Communications, a subsidiary of Jordan Telecom (part of the Orange Group), following regulatory approval. Gulf... more
The planned merger between state-owned broadband provider Une-EPM and Millicom International Cellular (MIC)-backed cellco Tigo Colombia has received regulatory approval, antitrust authority the Superintendencia Industria y Comercio (SIC) announced in... more
Orange Group has reportedly put its 70% stake in Telkom Kenya up for sale, with a deal anticipated as early as June this year. According to the Daily Nation, the... more
Spanish telecoms group Telefonica is offering to lease some spectrum to a rival German mobile operator in a bid to secure European Commission (EC) approval for its proposed EUR8.55 billion... more
Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris has reiterated his interest in acquiring shares in Telecom Italia (TI), and has designs on Telefonica’s strategic stake in the company. Sawiris, who used to own... more
Tokyo-based IT equipment and services company Fujitsu is reportedly considering selling its broadband subsidiary Nifty Corp, as the company does not expect to witness significant growth at the internet service... more