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Brazil’s Oi hits 1m quad-play subs

Brazil’s Oi hits 1m quad-play subs

Brazilian telco Oi says that it has now enrolled more than 1 million quad-play subscribers to its ‘Oi Total’ bundle of fixed line, cellular, broadband and pay-TV service. Bernardo Winik,…

Time Warner shareholders approve AT&T merger

Time Warner shareholders have voted to adopt the merger agreement between AT&T and Time Warner, with 78 per cent of the outstanding shares of common stock voting in favour; and…

Belgium: Orange launches LOVE package

Orange Belgium has launched its ‘LOVE’ package to support its convergent positioning. LOVE allows Orange customers to access what is essential to them by offering them flexible combinations of mobile,…

Antitrust probe for Telecom Italia and Fastweb

Italy’s Antitrust Authority has opened proceedings against Telecom Italia and Fastweb for possible uncompetitive practices regarding their joint fibre optic venture Flash Fiber. Flash Fiber aims to build fibre-optic networks…

Australia’s nbn reaches 4m homes

Australia’s nbn reaches 4m homes

Australia’s national broadband network (nbn) has reached a significant roll-out milestone, with four million premises now Ready for Service (RFS). This landmark means that the nbn network is now available…

TalkTalk mixed TV growth; CEO departing

TalkTalk says its customers are reaping the rewards of the value for money provider’s radical changes to its business. Revealing its Q3 results, the UK telco said it made “an…

Openreach appoints independent Board members

Openreach – the infrastructure arm of BT – has appointed Sir Brendan Barber and Edward Astle as independent members of a newly formed Board to oversee strategy, investment and service…

Com Hem Q4 revenue up 40%

Swedish cable TV firm Com Hem has reported Q4 revenues of SEK 1,780 million (€188.4m), up 40 per cent. Operating profits were at SEK 228 million, up 20 per cent.…

Report: TalkTalk shows signs of recovery

The latest figures from consumer behaviour specialist Kantar Worldpanel ComTech on the UK home services market – covering broadband, fixed landline and paid television – hint at a long-awaited recovery…

BT Euro boss out as shares dive

The boss of BT’s Continental European operation, Corrado Sciolla, is set to resign as the telco is forced to write down £530 million (€615m) after years of “inappropriate behaviour” in…