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Tele2 Group and Com Hem Holding have jointly announced that their boards of directors have agreed to combine Tele2 Sweden and Com Hem to create a leading integrated connectivity provider... more
Lawyers representing Ukrainian conglomerate SCM’s owner Rinat Akhmetov have launched an appeal against the decision of the District Court of Nicosia (Cyprus) to freeze assets worth over USD820 million, the... more
Sint Maarten-based fixed and mobile operator TelEm Group has confirmed that its cable TV/broadband subsidiary Sint Maarten Cable TV ceased to exist as a company on 31 December 2017, with... more
UK-based Vodafone Group has offered to consolidate its two international arbitration cases against the Indian government, if New Delhi agrees to the move. The Economic Times writes that Vodafone has... more
Liga.net has published additional details of a Cypriot court decision – earlier reported by the UK’s Financial Times – which ostensibly ‘freezes’ USD820.6 million worth of assets belonging to Ukrainian... more
Canadian cable operator Cogeco Communications has announced that its subsidiary Atlantic Broadband has completed the USD1.4 billion acquisition of cable systems owned by Harron Communications, and operated under the MetroCast... more
Algar Telecom has sold 25% of its share capital to Archy LLC, an affiliate of Singapore’s GIC sovereign wealth fund for roughly BRL1 billion (USD306.2 million). According to CEO Luiz... more
The merger between Telecom Argentina and Cablevision became effective on 1 January 2017, the latter’s parent company, Cablevision Holding, has confirmed. The deal was approved by the National Entity for... more
Idea Cellular has announced plans to raise a total of around INR67.5 billion (USD1.07 billion) prior to its merger with Vodafone India. The Economic Times writes that the first INR32.5... more
The Greek telco Cyta Hellas has revealed that it is still assessing takeover bids from rival firms Vodafone and Wind Hellas, with the help of external consultants. Cyta Hellas was... more