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Orange Spain increase subs and profits

Orange Spain is performing well in a competitive market in terms of profits and subscribers.  The company ended the year with 17 per cent rise in EBITDA up to €1.58…

Bouygues signs M6 content

Bouygues signs M6 content

Bouygues Telecom has signed a deal to bring M6 content to its subscribers in France. The agreement will allow Bouygues to offer the M6 library to subscribers including flagship channel…

Belgium: androme.TV platform goes live

androme.tv has launched in Belgium – an all-in-one TV platform that aims to solve the challenges telecommunications companies and broadcasters currently face. Previously, Androme has developed TV platforms for telecommunications…

Germany: FTTH, vectoring trend in telco market

Germany: FTTH, vectoring trend in telco market

KEYMILE has identified five prevailing trends on Germany’s telecommunications market: rising bandwidth demand due to new online services, fibre to the home, hybrid solution scenarios, vectoring and partnerships between competitors.…

Virgin lifts Liberty with “its best performance”

Virgin lifts Liberty with “its best performance”

Liberty Global has announced its Q4 and full-year 2017 financial results. The international telco reported full year revenues of $15 billion, $3.9 billion of which were generated in the 4th…

Movistar launches Fisión Ocio Total package

Telefónica’s pay-TV platform Movistar has launched a new package combining movies and TV series branded ‘Movistar Fusión Ocio Total’. The package is available at €125 a month and also includes…

TalkTalk: Profit warning, fibre roll-out plans

Shares in UK telco TalkTalk plummeted after it warned on profits and said it would cut its dividend, while it looks to raise £200 million from investors to shore up…

BT’s ‘challenging’ Q3; BT Sport thrives

According to Paolo Pescatore, VP, Multiplay and Media, CCS Insight, BT’s Q3 results indicate a “somewhat challenging” quarter for the company, especially for Global Services. Reported revenue was down 3…

TDC bids for MTG to make convergent player

TDC bids for MTG to make convergent player

International digital entertainment group Modern Times Group (MTG) has agreed to accept a €2 billion bid from Danish telco TDC that will see it merge its Nordic Entertainment and MTG…

Openreach launches ‘fibre first’ programme

Openreach, the infrastructure subsidiary of BT, has launched a ‘fibre first programme’ – which it says starts a potentially huge upgrade of critical UK infrastructure. ‘Potentially’ as it seems to…