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Ofcom triples UK mobile license fees

Ofcom has set its annual mobile spectrum license fees 13 per lower than it mooted in February, but analysts say the new level is still likely to be met with protests from the operators.

BT rivals renew demands for Openreach split

A group of BT’s competitors have allied themselves with several professional bodies to send an open letter to the FT, calling for Ofcom to recommend a competition investigation into BT.

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Three UK announces VoLTE launch and 800 MHz roll-out

Hot on the heels of network enhancement announcements from rivals EE and Vodafone, Three UK had beaten them both to the punch with the commercial launch of VoLTE as well as the roll-out of its 800 MHz spectrum.

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Vodafone UK launches wifi calling

UK operator Vodafone’s latest move in the country’s telecoms arms race has been to announce the launch of wifi calling on its UK mobile network.

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Vodafone Italy launches NFV-based VoLTE

Vodafone is the latest carrier to push ahead with rolling out a voice over LTE (VoLTE) service, with its Italian subsidiary launching the service.

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EE dreams of a networking heaven

A panel discussion featuring EE, Vodafone and Zain discussed the future of LTE networks, including monetising the network and NFV, at LTE World Summit in Amsterdam.

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Vodafone optimistic on strong demand for data

UK operator giant Vodafone was keen to highlight its steady progress when announcing its latest quarterly and full year earnings, focusing on organic growth, investment and untapped market potential.

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Vodafone linked with Altice Portuguese cable assets

Following the recent European Commission approval of the Portugal Telecom acquisition by French telco giant Altice, speculation is growing regarding the likely buyers of Altice’s other Portuguese assets, the disposal of which was a prerequisite of the approval.

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