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Equatorial Guinea has announced the resolution of litigation begun in 2014 over Orange Group’s ownership stake in the incumbent fixed line and mobile operator Guinea Ecuatorial de Telecomunicaciones Sociedad Anonima... more
Serbian state-owned operator Telekom Srbija submitted an offer of EUR61 million (USD70.1 million) for Telkom Albania, Belgrade-based daily Danas reports, without naming its source. According to the outlet Telekom Srbija... more
Serbia’s Telekom Srbija is to acquire Bosnian cable operator Blicnet from Telekom Slovenije for an undisclosed fee, Broadband TV News reports, citing It is understood that the transaction will... more
Atlantic Broadband, the ninth largest cable operator in the US, has announced the closing of its acquisition of the South Florida fibre network previously owned by FiberLight, which specialises in... more
US private equity firm KKR & Co. (formerly Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.) has reportedly notified Portugal’s Competition Authority (Autoridade da Concorrencia) that it has agreed to acquire Cabolink, the... more
India’s Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has issued an interim order requesting that the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) ‘expeditiously’ approve Reliance Communications’ (RCOM’s) planned spectrum sale. The Economic... more
The deadline for binding bids to acquire a majority stake in Greek ISP Forthnet has been set for 19 October. According to a report from Capital, potential investors which made... more
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) – the parent company of disruptive 4G start-up Reliance Jio Infocomm (Jio) – has reportedly initiated talks to acquire Hathway Cable, India’s largest cableco by subscribers,... more
The sale of Telekom Albania has attracted interest from Serbian state-owned Telekom Srbija, PPF Group of the Czech Republic and Bulgaria’s Vivacom, Vecernje Novosti reports. The paper cites Telekom Srbija... more
Liberty Latin America (LLA) has completed its purchase of an 80% stake in Cabletica, Costa Rica’s third-largest broadband provider by subscribers, which had an enterprise value of around CRC146 billion... more