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This dynamic news feed provides a steady stream of global Telecom industry news. The feeds come from a number of respected news sources such as Reuters, Financial Times and Total Telecom aiming to provide a steady stream of the latest headlines. 

AT&T nears deal to take over Time WarnerOpen in a New Window

Agreement for the $73bn media group might come as soon as this weekend


AT&T/Time Warner: Not another sequelOpen in a New Window

A full-blown acquisition looks hard to pull off


Google's 'pixellated iPhone' goes on saleOpen in a New Window

Android maker's first in-house smartphone carries a decidedly Apple-y whiff.


Telefonica launches big data businessOpen in a New Window

Luca to offer big data as a service, consultancy services, and sell anonymous, aggregated data generated by its networks.


Ericsson sees more gloom following dismal Q3Open in a New Window

Vendor expects weaker than normal sales growth in Q4, says revenue will take a hit from a scaled-down services contract in North America.


Telia swings to Q3 loss on Uzbekistan settlement provisionOpen in a New Window

Sweden-based telco reports flat revenue, slight decline in EBITDA.


Nigerian senators accuse MTN of exchange violationsOpen in a New Window

Lawmakers say the mobile phone group illegally took more than $14bn out of the country


Verizon: Changing channelsOpen in a New Window

Being boring sometimes is not an option any more


Sky prepares to muscle into UK mobile marketOpen in a New Window

Broadcaster tells investors it intends to seize ‘substantial’ share of sector


Sky: cell divisionOpen in a New Window

Group is diving into a very shallow pool with its entry into the UK mobile market


Verizon braced for drawn out battle on Yahoo dealOpen in a New Window

Buyer set to demand discount on $4.8bn price over cyber attack at internet group


UK digital future depends on unfettered telecomsOpen in a New Window

Sector needs the same access rights as those enjoyed by water companies


Sprint makes money out of thin air with $3.5bn bondOpen in a New Window

Mobile operator sells bond backed by spectrum that carries messages, data and calls


Verizon Q3 revenue falls, customer growth slowsOpen in a New Window

U.S. telco added 442,000 retail postpaid mobile customers.


Orange launches €50 VR headsetOpen in a New Window

French incumbent aims to make virtual reality accessible with affordable device.


T-Mobile Netherlands to beat Vodafone to world's first NB-IoT launchOpen in a New Window

T-Mobile's network to go live in major cities next week; operator targets nationwide coverage in 2017.


China Mobile nine-month profit rises on 4G customer growthOpen in a New Window

Company ends September with 481 million 4G customers; fixed broadband business sees strong growth.


Minister sides with BT’s rivals on broadband plansOpen in a New Window

Matthew Hancock calls for more competition at network level


Liberty Global to acquire Multimedia Polska for €694mOpen in a New Window

Deal will create cableco serving 2.2 million unique subscribers.


Swisscom launches Europe's first serviceOpen in a New Window

Swiss incumbent to use new copper tech for final drop in fibre-to-the-street network.


Vodafone reveals NB-IoT rollout planOpen in a New Window

Dedicated IoT networks to go live in Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain during first quarter of 2017.


Yahoo posts solid Q3 financials in wake of hackOpen in a New Window

Struggling Internet company reports jump in profit, but core revenue declines.


Vodafone signs satcomms deal with InmarsatOpen in a New Window

Vodafone will use Inmarsat’s satellite network to help provide global business connectivity


Altice to appeal blocked SFR dealOpen in a New Window

Cable group ups stake in French mobile operator by 5.2%


Telstra nears Gigabit LTE launchOpen in a New Window

Qualcomm, Netgear complete development of cat 16 WiFi router.


Rogers CEO Guy Laurence heads for the exitOpen in a New Window

Ex-Telus CEO Joe Natale hired after former Vodafone UK chief makes abrupt departure.


Sprint added 740K customers in fiscal Q2Open in a New Window

U.S. mobile operator's recovery continues as revenue inches up, net loss narrows.


NBN, Nokia reach 8 Gbps using XG-FastOpen in a New Window

Ultrafast throughput achieved over 30 metres of copper; speed drops to 5 Gbps at 70 metres.


Softbank sets up venture capital fundOpen in a New Window

Japan-based telco hopes to grow fund size to $100 billion by attracting additional investors.


Global connections to reach 29m by 2021Open in a New Window

Ovum predicts 11% of broadband services in Western Europe could be delivered via the copper-upgrade technology within five years.


Vodafone Egypt, Etisalat acquire 4G licencesOpen in a New Window

Operators regulator, reportedly resolve spectrum spat.


Samsung: Life after the ‘iPhone killer’Open in a New Window

Far from securing the South Korean group’s place in the market, the exploding Galaxy Note 7 threatens it


SoftBank and Saudi Arabia plan $100bn tech fundOpen in a New Window

Partnership to be based in London will be investing over 5 years


Verizon points to Yahoo breach deal impactOpen in a New Window

Telecoms group wants the media company to show full effect of the cyber attack


BT questions third UK network’s viabilityOpen in a New Window

Report says broadband competitor to Openreach and Virgin would struggle with Ofcom coverage targets


The Note 7 — from fab phablet to fiascoOpen in a New Window

Personal tech columnist Tim Bradshaw looks at the Note’s legacy


China Unicom: defying gravityOpen in a New Window

Credible progress on state and private partnerships is needed


India steps up probe of US call-centre scamOpen in a New Window

Hundreds of fake tax officials extort tens of millions of dollars from US residents


Altice attacks French regulator over SFROpen in a New Window

Blocking of deal raises question of commitment to capitalism, says chief


Record fine for TalkTalk over data hackOpen in a New Window

Telecoms group ordered to pay £400,000 after hackers accessed data of more than 150,000 customers
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