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Survey: High cable pricing fuels US cord cutting

Survey: High cable pricing fuels US cord cutting

When US consumer advice body Consumer Reports asked its members for feedback on their pay-TV, home Internet, and bundled plans, most companies got poor marks for value and many for…

Vodafone Spain triples losses

Vodafone Spain more than tripled its losses in its last fiscal year, April 2018-March 2019, to €601 million from €180 million in the previous year. Total revenues fell to €4.6…

Movistar removes tie-in for Fusión subs

Movistar removes tie-in for Fusión subs

Movistar has become the first Spanish telco to eliminate the obligation for new subscribers to stay with the company when subscribing to its Fusión service. The clause will be removed…

OneWeb: Fibre-like Internet for the Arctic

OneWeb: Fibre-like Internet for the Arctic

OneWeb, whose goal is to connect everyone everywhere, has revealed details of its Arctic high-speed, low-latency Internet service. OneWeb will deliver 375 Gbps of capacity above the 60th parallel North.…

Sky backing Liberty fibre net to take on BT?

Sky backing Liberty fibre net to take on BT?

Sky is in talks over a potential investment in a new full fibre network to be built by Liberty Global that could substantially raise pressure on BT in the UK…

Report: Global telco equipment market up 6%

According to a report published by Dell’Oro Group, the worldwide telecom equipment market grew 6 per cent year-over-year (Y/Y) in the past twelve months. The majority of growth was driven…

DAZN seeks multiple distribution deals in Italy

DAZN seeks multiple distribution deals in Italy

Premium sports streaming platform DAZN has partnered with Italian broadband operator Fastweb to launch a joint package of services. The package, ‘Fastweb Casa e DAZN’, combines the live and on-demand…

Spain: Euskaltel launches low cost convergent package

Euskaltel, Spain’s fifth largest telco, controlled by UK’s Zegona, has launched a low cost convergent package at €19.90 a month to boost subscriptions and take position in its forthcoming national…

MásMóvil buys Nowo

MásMóvil buys Nowo

Spain’s fourth largest telecom operator MàsMóvil, together with GAEA Inversión, have acquired joint control of the owner of Portuguese communications operators Nowo and Oni. According to the Competition Authority (AdC),…

Indian telco threat to DTH

Reliance-owned Jio Infocomm is a spectacular success. It announced its 4G service in December 2015 and launched in September 2016. It won its first 50 million subs within 83 days,…

GoGo ‘solid’ Q2

GoGo ‘solid’ Q2

Airline broadband and connectivity supplier GoGo reported revenues for Q2 up 9 per cent to $173 million (€193m), and EBITDA rising to $37.8 million (from $18.9m in the same period…

Thaicom “focusing on effective cost management”

Thaicom “focusing on effective cost management”

Thaicom, Thailand’s first satellite operator has announced its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30th 2019. Thaicom reported a net profit decrease compared to the previous quarter and…

Vodafone Spain revenues and subs down

Spain’s football TV war and its low cost promotions have hit Vodafone’s results in the first quarter with a 10.3 per cent fall in its revenues to €1.08 billion. Revenues…

Euskaltel net profit down 20%

Spain’s fifth largest telco group, Euskaltel – owned by UK investor Zegona – saw its net profit fall by 20.5 per cent in the first half of the year to…

Masmovil sees record revenue

Masmovil sees record revenue

Convergent telco Masmovil Group’s H1 indicate the company continues to lead the acquisition of customers in the Spanish telecommunications market and reaching new record for both revenues and EBITDA. During…

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