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Helios to invest $100m in South Africa

Helios Towers, an infrastructure player already present in Tanzania, the Congo, and Ghana, says it is ready to invest $100 million providing new telecoms connectivity in South Africa over the…

Spain: Euskaltel seeks to increase revenues by 30%

Soon after UK’s Zegona had announced a capital enlargement of over €100 million to become the largest shareholder in the company, Basque Country-based telco operator Euskaltel has unveiled plans to…

TKS deploys Openvault solutions

Industry analytics and technology solutions provider OpenVault has confirmed that TKS – a Vodafone company that provides American TV programming, telephone, Internet and wireless services to US military communities, including…

Ofcom study: How different groups use comms services

Ofcom study: How different groups use comms services

Differences in how certain groups use communications services are explained in regulator Ofcom’s latest Access and Inclusion research report. The report looks at how affordability, take-up and engagement with telecoms,…

Research: Dual play customers’ ‘loyalty’ risk

Customers who sign up for combined broadband and TV packages are being hit with loyalty penalties of up to £690 (€766) a year, according to research from UK consumer body…

Vodafone Spain to axe 1,200 jobs

The football TV war and the proliferation of low-cost packages is seeing Vodafone Spain drastically cut staff. The company has announced a redundancy plan that will affect 1,200 out of…

Orange Spain sets sights on Euskaltel buy

Orange Spain is reportedly interested in acquiring Euskaltel following UK-based Zegona’s decision to withdraw its bid for the company. According to El Economista, Orange and Euskaltel have a healthy relationship…

Másmóvil reaches 1m broadband subs

Másmóvil, the fourth largest telco in Spain, has reached 1 million broadband subscribers in just two years of operations. The group saw significant growth in 2018 with almost 500,000 new…

Netherlands: Tele2, T-Mobile merger completed

Tele2 and Deutsche Telekom have completed the merger of their Dutch operations. Tele2 Netherlands has now been absorbed by T-Mobile in the Netherlands. The merger was announced on December 15th…

Telstra boost for Fox Sports 4K cricket

Telstra boost for Fox Sports 4K cricket

Australian pay-TV operator Fox Sports’ 2019 cricket coverage in 4K is being delivered by Telstra Broadcast Services’ 4K fibre contribution transmission, making it the first Australian telco to offer 4K…

at800 confirms 4G interference support

at800 – the organisation responsible for ensuring people continue to receive free-to-air television when 4G mobile services operating at 800 MHz are launched – has confirmed that it will offer…

Euskaltel begins national expansion

Basque-country-based telco Euskaltel has started its national expansion, breaking into Catalonia and shortly into other Spanish regions including Leon, La Rioja and Cantabria. The company has allied with RACC to…

Ofcom plans rural connectivity boost

Ofcom plans rural connectivity boost

Mobile and broadband coverage are improving in the UK, but too many rural areas still get a poor signal – according to Ofcom’s major study of the UK’s communications networks.…

5G a battleground for the new Cold War

In the latest issue of Euromedia we bring our annual tour of the test and measurement landscape. As broadband capacity has increased, the emphasis has shifted from underwriting the quality…

Ofcom proposes ‘Fair Deal’ rules

Ofcom proposes ‘Fair Deal’ rules

Half of British households could switch to faster broadband today, UK comms regulator Ofcom has found, as it announces a range of action to protect loyal broadband customers and help…

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