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Yes, no and maybe: ongoing M&A mania in telecoms

Lenovo buys Moto and Level 3 closes TW Telecom buy, but other industry takeovers are still up in the air.


Japanese operators required to unlock phones from mid-2015

Government rules smartphones and tablets must have SIM cards unlocked if customers wish.


Loop Mobile warns customers of network shutdown

Indian mobile operator has yet to receive regulatory approval for takeover by Bharti and time is running out.


FTC sues AT&T over unlimited data plans

U.S. operator rejects trade watchdog's accusation that it misled millions by throttling heavy users.


France OKs SFR-Numericable tie-up with conditions

Numericable required to open up its cable network to competing players, sell overseas ops to appease competition body.


Telecom Italia agrees new $960m Telecom Argentina deal

Italian telco has two and a half years to obtain regulatory consent for sale of majority stake in Argentine operator to Fintech.


FCC again delays incentive auction

Legal challenge forces U.S. regulator to push back TV airwaves sell-off until 2016.


Voda drawn into tax fraud investigation in Spain

U.K. telco looking into tax irregularities at newly-acquired Ono unit.


Indian telco body warns of mobile price hike

February's planned spectrum auction will increase operators' debt burden and customers will feel the pinch, COAI says.


Germany shares plans for Q2 2015 spectrum auction

State to sell off frequencies in various bands, including 700-MHz second digital dividend, in bid to boost mobile broadband, competition.


Colombia gets ball rolling on new spectrum sale

State to auction 25 MHz of spectrum in the 900 MHz and 1900 MHz bands next year.

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