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South Africa-based Vodacom Group has announced that as part of a strategic ‘repositioning’ of its Vodacom Business Africa operation, it is selling off its enterprise businesses in Nigeria, Zambia, Angola,... more
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is considering an initial public offering (IPO) of its Indian telecoms division Reliance Jio Infocomm (Jio), the Economic Times writes, citing people familiar with the matter.... more
Despite holding advanced talks with satellite TV giant DISH Network over the regulator-mandated sale of pre-paid provider Boost Mobile, T-Mobile US and Sprint have formulated a back-up plan to ensure... more
Greek telco OTE Group has increased the capital of Telekom Romania Mobile Communications by EUR800 million ahead of a potential sale, reports Ziarul Financiar. OTE, which owns 70% of the... more
Telecom Italia (TIM) has confirmed that it has signed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) with Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) and Enel aimed at starting discussions to evaluate possible forms of... more
The prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, has turned up the heat in the government’s ongoing spat with foreign-owned mobile operators over the administration’s plan to reallocate spectrum... more
Azerbaijan-based energy group SOCAR has completed the 100% acquisition of Turkish broadband and telephony operator Millenicom. The deal, agreed in January and receiving regulatory approval last month, was part of... more
US satellite TV giant DISH Network is in talks to buy selected wireless assets owned by T-Mobile US and Sprint for at least USD6 billion, Bloomberg reports, citing people familiar... more
Slovenian fixed and mobile operator T-2 has continued its recent expansion drive, acquiring domestic cable TV and broadband provider EVJ Elektroprom. EVJ has cable networks in Ivancna Gorica, Mirna, Sticna... more
Angolan businesswoman Isabel dos Santos is reportedly one of two bidders for Brazilian telco Oi’s 25% stake in Angolan mobile operator Unitel, in which she already indirectly controls a 25%... more