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Telenor Group has entered into an agreement to sell its assets in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) to private investment fund PPF Group for NOK27 billion (USD3.4 billion) on an... more
Swiss mobile provider Salt has announced its entry into the fixed broadband market with the launch of an aggressively-priced triple-play bundle, undercutting its competitors by a substantial margin. The offering... more
The Greek government failed to receive any bids for a 5% stake in the country’s dominant telco OTE Group and has now invited majority shareholder Deutsche Telekom (DT) to exercise... more
US fixed line operator CenturyLink has confirmed that the Department of Justice (DoJ) has approved the sale of former Level 3 Communications metro network assets in the Albuquerque, New Mexico... more
Moscow fibre broadband network operator MGTS, part of Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), is negotiating the purchase of one of the capital’s oldest ISPs Rinet, according to Vedomosti citing industry sources. The... more
Indian mobile operator Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) has notified its customers that it will begin shutting down CDMA-based network services in the Delhi circle from 19 March 2018, reports the... more
Netherlands-based multi-country telecoms group Altice has entered into an exclusive sale agreement with Tofane Global, which will see it offload its international wholesale voice carrier business in France, Portugal and... more
The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) has granted approval for state-owned Namibia Post and Telecommunications Holdings (NPTH) to increase its ownership of Mobile Telecommunications (MTC) to 100%, reports The... more
Infracapital, the infrastructure fund of British asset manager M&G Investment Management, has made an offer to acquire pure fibre provider Gigaclear in a deal valued at around GBP270 million (USD374... more
The management team of Jamaican 4G start-up Caricel has refuted allegations of its ‘delinquency’ in providing information about its proposed new majority shareholder, South African firm Involution Limited. In a... more