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Vodafone Greece targets multiplay with Hellas Online acquisition

Vodafone Greece has moved closer to becoming a multiplay service provider by acquiring 72.7% of Hellas Online (HOL), the country’s second largest broadband and fixed-line services provider. The mobile operator acquired Hellas Online for a total cash sum of €72.7m (£57.56m).

FreeMove expands to Greece and Bulgaria

Roaming partnership the FreeMove Alliance has expanded into southern and Eastern Europe with the addition of Cosmote in Greece and Globul in Bulgaria, which join existing members Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom Orange, TeliaSonera and Telecom Italia.

ZTE cashes in on data card boom

Chinese vendor ZTE announced Tuesday that sales of its data card for the first half of 2009 increased by 366 per cent year on year to more than seven million.

Cosmote swoops on Zapp in Romania

Greek carrier Cosmote has signed an agreement to acquire Romanian mobile operator Telemobil, which operates under the brand Zapp.

i-mode launches in Bulgaria

Bulgarian mobile operator Globul, a subsidiary of Greek carrier Cosmote, became the seventeenth company to launch i-mode services Monday. Cosmote itself launched i-mode, developed by leading Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo, in Greece in June 2004. Upon launch, i-mode will be made available on three handsets, the Samsung S400i, Motorola L6 i-mode and Motorola L7 SLVR […]

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