SoftBank’s Son backs Sprint revamp

Two new equipment leasing companies will free up cash

Nokia soars on strong quarterly results

Chief heralds best performance since handset division sold in 2014

BT scores strong television growth

60,000 customers added in first-quarter ahead of sports expansion

Cost-cutting lifts Numericable-SFR profits

Turnround push by Patrick Drahi gathers steam

Sky profits boosted by 1m new customers

Questions remain about impact of BT’s Champions League coverage

Orange signals hope for end to price war

Phone group notches up first quarterly sales rise in four years

EE returns to sales growth

Mobile data usage underpins results ahead of BT acquisition

Altice targets NextRadioTV for buyout

Billionaire Patrick Drahi sets out media consolidation plans

Vodafone sees core service revenues rise

Telecoms group hails return to growth in some European markets

Retiring Chambers stays connected to Cisco

After 20 years at Cisco helm, outgoing chief will act as wingman

TalkTalk sales hit by price-war fallout

Promotional cuts by market leaders weigh on group’s shares

Huawei smartphone revenues leap 87%

Chinese group says first-half handset sales hit $7.2bn

US watchdog to clear AT&T bid for DirecTV

FCC proposes approval of $49bn deal with conditions

Sky warns of ‘damaging’ BT-EE deal

Takeover to create largest fixed and mobile telecoms group in UK

Vodafone shakes up European management

Heads of big markets to report directly to Vittorio Colao

Isis to restrict Syrian internet access

Crackdown will restrict contact with outside world

Openreach chief defends BT ownership

Network operator details benefits of it being part of BT Group

Huawei posts best revenue growth in 5 years

Chinese telecoms group reports boost in spite of slowing economy

Ericsson gains as it beats expectations

Investors seem to back push into next era of connected devices

Regulator probes options to boost telecoms

Ofcom’s strategic review proposes BT break-up as one alternative


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