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Montenegrin triple-play cable operator Telemach, part of the Serbian-led United Group, has set a date of 28 April 2017 for completing a merger with subsidiary M-Kabl and sister satellite pay-TV... more
The long anticipated merger between Sint Maarten-based TelEm Group and United Telecommunication Services (UTS) of Curacao finally looks set to come to fruition, after ‘renewed talks’ between the two telcos.... more
TeamTalk, the New Zealand telecoms firm which offers fibre-optic services in the main urban areas of Wellington and Auckland (via subsidiary CityLink) and also covers a number of underserved rural... more
Following recent speculation that a merger between Malaysia-based telecoms group Axiata and Telekom Malaysia is being considered, the former has firmly put paid to such suggestions. According to the New... more
India’s largest mobile provider by subscribers, Bharti Airtel, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the 4G business of wireless broadband provider Tikona Digital Networks (TDN) for approximately INR16... more
Serbian anti-trust watchdog the Commission for the Protection of Competition (Komisija za Zastitu Konkurencije, KZK) has conditionally approved the acquisition of cable-based triple-play provider Interaktivne Kablovske Objedinjene Mreze (IKOM) by... more
New Zealand’s SKY Network Television (SKY) and Vodafone New Zealand have confirmed the filing of appeals in the High Court against the Commerce Commission’s (ComCom’s) decision not to clear their... more
Brazilian telecoms company Oi has received authorisation from a Rio de Janeiro court for the sale of Timor Telecom (TT) to Investel Communications Limited, reports financial newspaper Valor Economico. Following... more
Press reports from Malta are suggesting that local multi-play operator Melita is interested in acquiring the country’s mobile market leader, Vodafone. The Times of Malta cites industry sources who claim... more
Grupo Fintech, the investment firm run by Mexican financier David Martinez, is poised to increase its stake in Sofora Telecomunicaciones, the indirect owner of Telecom Argentina. According to local press... more