Chief John Chen’s self-imposed deadline for handsets’ profitability falls this week
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Memories of 'Vodafail' as customers are left without voice, SMS, data services for several hours.
Vodafone, Orange claim not enough spectrum was being made available.
Report claims social network could be sold before end of year.
U.K. altnet adds metro fibre assets in three cities; first-half net loss more than doubles on higher costs.
CEO Dave Dyson calls on Ofcom to take bold decision on BT/Openreach split.
Board faces questions over delay in disclosing hacked accounts as Verizon deal comes under spotlight
Apple looks to McLaren; self-driving cars, Airbus, RBS, Wells Fargo in the news
Caution expressed by buyer of internet group’s core business
Telefónica is expected to float the UK mobile company this autumn
Wholesalers need to undertake a painful but necessary transformation if they are to survive.
U.K. incumbent reportedly discussing £60 million deal to take full control of TV joint venture.
Detailed personal information stolen in attack that took place in 2014; buyer Verizon informed just this week.
Funds to be spent on spectrum, 4G rollout, and the eventual deployment of 5G.
Launchpad failures and a supply glut mean consolidation is likely
Major funding needed for spectrum auction and price war with Reliance
Emerging markets operator gives prepaid customers access to credit on credit.
Swedish kit maker to reportedly end manufacturing in its home market in line with its cost reduction plan.
Norwegian incumbent says IPX gives its opcos the agility and capability they need to quickly roll out new services.
CEO Daniel Hajj reportedly interested in acquiring some or all of troubled Brazilian telco.
EU citizens will be able to use phones abroad for as long as they like without extra charges
Companies establish over-the-air connection on live 4G network in Madrid.
Commission scraps plan to impose time, usage limits on customers using mobile services abroad.
Senior management changes continue as Swedish kit maker condenses two roles into one.
White label conferencing specialist says telcos can differentiate from OTTs on customer service, enabling native support on devices.
Mobile operator implements network-level call-blocking technology.
French incumbent aims to extend IoT network coverage to 2,600 towns by end of January 2017.
U.S. cableco prepping WiFi-led service that falls back on airwaves leased from Verizon.
Wireless chief warns planning laws undermine 5G race and digital economy
Former O2 chief talks to the FT as he starts as chief executive of Verizon Wireless
Struggling satellite broadband provider remains in takeover talks
Settlement proposal is over allegations the Swedish telecoms operator paid bribes in Uzbekistan
Deal creates India’s fourth-biggest telecom operator by customer numbers and revenue
Telecoms groups encouraged to pool resources to build faster networks
Protection from competition is not enough
Mobile service allows people to send money and pay for goods
Kavin Bharti Mittal’s tech start-up looks to take advantage of data price war
Pay TV company hits back after telecoms group claims three wins
Brussels rips up draft proposals after criticism that they were too generous to operators
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