Category: Financial results


Dish’s mobile business really needs a boost

Dish Network kept its third quarter results announcement short and sweet, which is unsurprising given that it is losing customers, spending money, and dragging its feet on its 5G launch.

It’s fibre all the way for the UK in Q3 21

BT has dropped plans to partner up on fibre, while data shared by rivals CityFibre and Virgin Media O2 shows that high-speed broadband is rolling out apace in the UK.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: 5G, Meta and quarterlies

The crew is delighted to welcome another special guest in telecoms analyst Dean Bubley. After a ridiculously long introduction they finally get to the topic of 5G, specifically sorting the hype from the reality. Facebook recently decided to rename itself Meta, so they move on to discuss that and the concept pf the metaverse that it refers to, before concluding with a couple of highlights from quarterly earnings season.

Non-wireless business propels Nokia to improve outlook

Nokia slightly improved its full-year outlook after delivering a healthy quarter, driven mainly by its network infrastructure and licensing business groups, partly offset by weakness in the mobile networks business.

Rakuten Mobile loss almost doubled in Q2

Operating loss incurred at Japan’s challenger operator increased by 85% in Q2 to reach $900 million, which the company attributed to aggressive investment in network rollout and rising roaming cost.

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