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03/02/20157:29AMDJNVodafone to Launch UK Television Services, CEO Says
By Rory Jones BARCELONA-- Vodafone Group PLC will launch television services later this year as the wireless telecoms operator tries to boost revenues amid greater competition from incumbent players. Vodafone's chief executive officer said it is pulling together a suite of content for its U.K. customers that will enable... More...>>
03/02/20153:00AMRNSNONVodafone Group Plc Vodafone Foundation 'Instant Classroom'
TIDMVOD RNS Number : 1747G Vodafone Group Plc 02 March 2015 2 March 2015 15,000 child refugees to benefit from Vodafone Foundation 'Instant Classroom' -- Digital 'school in a box' created to bring tablet-based teaching to refugee camps. -- Vodafone Foundation Instant Classroom takes 20 minutes to set up and can be used... More...>>
02/25/20158:55AMDJNTelenor, Magyar Telekom Receive Permit to Share Frequency - Update
By Margit Feher BUDAPEST--Norway's Telenor ASA (TEL.OS) and Magyar Telekom Nyrt. (MTELEKOM.BU) may share their 800 megahertz frequency networks to provide a better mobile and data service with the mutual use of each others' spectrum, Hungary's communications authority NMHH said on Wednesday. "It's important to stress that... More...>>
02/24/20151:49PMDJNLONDON MARKETS: London Stock Benchmark FTSE 100 Closes At Record High
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- The U.K.'s benchmark FTSE 100 climbed to a record closing high Tuesday, aided by a surge in shares of mining heavyweight BHP Billiton PLC, as investors appeared to embrace the U.S. central bank's view on interest rates, and the Greek debt saga that appeared to be wrapping... More...>>
02/24/20157:52AMDJNLONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100 Seesaws, But BHP Billiton Outperforms
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- The U.K.'s benchmark edged higher Tuesday, with shares of BHP Billiton PLC outperforming following the mining heavyweight's financial results. The FTSE 100 was up 0.2% at 6,923.82 after spending much of the session swaying between small losses and gains. The benchmark... More...>>
02/24/20154:14AMDJNLONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100 Seesaws, But BHP Billiton Outperforms
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- The U.K.'s benchmark FTSE 100 was little changed Tuesday, but shares of BHP Billiton PLC outperformed following the mining heavyweight's financial results. The FTSE 100 swayed between small losses and gains, and was recently up 3 points at 6,915.40. The benchmark on Monday... More...>>
02/20/20154:37PMDJNDigital-Security Firm Gemalto Probes Alleged U.S., U.K. Hack -- 3rd Update
By Amir Mizroch in London And Maarten van Tartwijk in Amsterdam European government officials, telecom executives and shareholders rushed Friday to respond to a report that U.S. and British intelligence agencies breached security systems at Gemalto NV, one of the world's biggest cellphone SIM-card providers. The alleged... More...>>
02/20/20159:29AMDJNDigital-Security Firm Gemalto Probes Alleged U.S., U.K. Hack -- 2nd Update
By Amir Mizroch in London And Maarten van Tartwijk in Amsterdam Dutch digital-security firm Gemalto NV scrambled Friday to respond to a report that U.S. and British intelligence agencies hacked into the company--one of the world's biggest cellphone SIM-card providers, with customers including Vodafone Group PLC and Verizon... More...>>
02/20/20157:44AMDJNDigital-Security Firm Gemalto Probes Alleged U.S., U.K. Hack -- Update
By Amir Mizroch in London And Maarten van Tartwijk in Amsterdam Gemalto NV, one of the world's largest cellphone SIM-card providers, scrambled Friday to respond to a report that U.S. and British intelligence agencies hacked into its systems. The alleged hack--reported by a news site that has been a conduit of leaks from... More...>>
02/19/20158:58AMALNCOfcom Consulting On Spectrum Fees Following 90% Coverage Obligation
LONDON (Alliance News) - UK telecommunications regulator Ofcom Thursday has launched a consultation on whether the new obligation for network operators to provide voice coverage across 90% of the UK's landmass should affect how much they will pay for their revised annual licence fees.The 90% obligation was agreed between... More...>>
02/19/20157:30AMDJNOfcom Lowers Estimate of Licence Fees
LONDON--The U.K. Office of Communications, or Ofcom, once again lowered its estimate of annual license fees to be paid by mobile network operators on Thursday. The regulator expects the fees to be around 223 million pounds ($340.24 million) a year, which is 10% lower than the GBP246.7 million forecast last August. Ofcom... More...>>
02/19/20157:24AMDJNOfcom Lowers Estimate of Mobile Network Operators' Licence Fees -- Update
(Recasts lede and adds detail.) By Ian Walker LONDON--The U.K. Office of Communications, or Ofcom, once again lowered its estimate of annual license fees to be paid by mobile network operators on Thursday. The regulator expects the fees to be around 223 million pounds ($340.24 million) a year, which is 10% lower than the... More...>>
02/19/20154:58AMDJNOfcom Sees 10% Cut in Mobile Network Operators Annual Licence Fees
By Ian Walker LONDON--The U.K. Office of Communications, or Ofcom, said Thursday that annual license fees payable by mobile network operators should be cut by 10% to 223 million pounds ($340.24 million) a year, as it believes they will incur higher costs to meet their new coverage obligations. EE, H3G, Telefonica and Vodafone... More...>>
02/18/201512:26PMDJNLONDON MARKETS: FTSE Struggles For Direction After Hawkish BOE, Greek Hopes
By Carla Mozee and Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- The FTSE 100 index ended flat on Wednesday, with hawkish minutes from the Bank of England outweighing waning worries over Greece's debt deal. The benchmark ended at 6,898.08, just 0.05 points lower than Tuesday's close, when it hit the highest level since... More...>>
02/18/201511:30AMDJNLONDON MARKETS: Hawkish BOE, Vodafone Knock FTSE From 15-year High
By Carla Mozee and Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- The FTSE 100 index fell from its highest level in more than 15 years on Wednesday, with losses fueled by a drop for Vodafone as well as indications that the next Bank of England move will be a rate hike. The benchmark lost 0.2% to 6,883.21 after nudging... More...>>
02/18/20154:35AMDJNIndia's Cut-Price Smartphones Revenue Up Telecom Profits
By Sean McLain NEW DELHI-- Ramesh Gurung bought his first smartphone six months ago and suddenly his horizons broadened. "I can watch a film, hear the news, see a cricket match, listen to a song," says Mr. Gurung, a 36-year-old chauffeur from eastern India. Mr. Gurung is, according to sales data, one of the tens of millions... More...>>
02/06/20154:23AMALNCIN THE KNOW: Increasing Competition To Hit Vodafone In 2015 - Nomura
LONDON (Alliance News) - Increasing competition in the mobile phone market in the UK, Netherlands and India is set to negatively impact Vodafone during 2015, says Nomura. "While Vodafone has benefited from a degree of competitive calm in recent quarters, we remain concerned about increasing competition in the UK, Netherlands... More...>>
02/06/20153:28AMDJNOfcom Plans New Controls on Charges for Calls Between Mobile Networks
By Rory Gallivan LONDON--U.K. communications regulator Ofcom said Friday it plans to impose new controls on the amount mobile telecommunications companies can charge when their customers receive calls from people using different networks. Ofcom said the new controls will mean termination rates--the fee a network operator... More...>>
02/05/20159:12PMDJNVerizon Pulls Back From Wireline, Internet Businesses--4th Update
By Ryan Knutson Verizon Communications Inc. is selling off about a quarter of its wireline telephone and Internet operations, taking a big step back from the more regulated, slower-growing businesses of its past. The company said Thursday that its $10.5 billion sale of assets to regional telecom operator Frontier Communications... More...>>
02/05/20156:00AMDJNBT Seals $19 Billion EE Deal -- Update
By Simon Zekaria LONDON-- BT Group PLC on Thursday said it agreed to buy mobile operator EE for GBP12.5 billion ($18.98 billion) in cash and stock, a move that returns it to consumer wireless services for the first time in more than a decade. The deal, which follows several weeks of exclusive talks with EE's owners-- Deutsche... More...>>


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