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UK communications industry up to £54.9bn in 2017

Ofcom has released its annual report outlining the state-of-play in the UK communications market revealing the appetite for the digital economy is not a myth drummed up in the press.

BT’s dodgy Italian accountants cost another £225mn

It certainly has been a busy quarter for BT. It’s secured the Champions League TV rights, forked out a large chunk of change to Orange and Deutsche Telekom and finally merged EE and the BT consumer unit.

AT&T results prove there is hope

AT&T has reported its quarterly figure at $39.8 billion, a 1.8% year-on-year decline. There was good, bad and mediocre, but there is reason to be hopeful if you’re an AT&T fan.

T-Mobile train thunders through Q2

T-Mobile has continued to defy global trends of a slowdown as it reports another quarter of 1 million net adds as consolidation rumours continue to swirl.

SFR gets in on the Huawei MIMO party

Huawei and SFR have jointly announced they have completed France’s first pre-commercial field verification of 4X4 MIMO achieving a downlink throughput of 628.31 Mbps.

Vodafone mulls Massive MIMO and Mini Macro

With the UK sauntering towards the connected era, Vodafone took the opportunity to debrief us at its Newbury headquarters on its two latest 4G developments; Massive MIMO and Mini Macro.

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