Ericsson adjusts its vision

Swedish kit vendor Ericsson made the mistake of giving its marketing people free rein and now it has a new purpose.

Salt shakes off IPO plan

The arrival of autumn was reportedly to be accompanied by a flotation of Switzerland’s Salt this year, but now it seems the plan is off, at least for now.

Iliad to pay less than expected for UPC Poland

Iliad has hammered out a €1.5 billion deal for UPC Poland, which is slightly less than it offered to pay when it first made overtures to parent company Liberty Global in the summer.

BT objects to Cellnex UK towers buy

BT is not at all happy about Cellnex’s planned acquisition of CK Hutchison’s telecoms towers in the UK, claiming that the move would impact on market competition.

Vodafone talks up intersectional 5G

Speaking at the 5G World event in London Andrea Dona, Chief Network Officer of Vodafone UK, stressed the importance of a holistic approach to 5G.

DAZN deal for BT Sport looms larger

Rumours that video streaming provider DAZN will acquire BT Sport are gathering pace, with the latest reports claiming an agreement could come in a matter of weeks.

5G is safer than ham – ETNO

The industry’s latest effort to convince 5G doom-mongers that the technology is not detrimental to health has come from European MNO trade association ETNO.

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