Latest Telecoms News about Luxembourg

Belgium and Luxembourg Deal Effectively Scraps Roaming Costs

  The Belgian and Luxembourg telecoms regulators BIPT and ILR have concluded an agreement that makes it possible to link a Belgian mobile number to a Luxembourg network....

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ZTE Wins Two European Managed Services Contracts

  ZTE says that it has secured two new Managed Services contracts with European network operators....

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Vodafone and Belgacom Renew Partnership Agreement

  Vodafone and the Belgacom Group have renewed their Partner Market agreement in Belgium and Luxembourg for a further three years....

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Altice Seeking $1 Billion Stock Market Listing

  Luxembourg-based Altice Group has confirmed that it is to seek a listing on the Amsterdam stock exchange in a move that will raise around US$1 billion....

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Tango Plans LTE Launch in October

  Luxembourg based mobile network, Tango has announced that its LTE network will launch commercial services on the 1st October....

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European Commission to Investigate EBook Sales Tax Distortions

  The European Commission has launched an infringement procedure against France and Luxembourg because the VAT rates they are applying to digital books are potentially incompatible with EU law....

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Millicom Shuffles its Management Team

  Millicom International Cellular -- which owns various mobile networks in America and Africa -- has announced plans to restructure its management team. ...

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Mosaid Buys 2,000 Nokia Wireless Patents - Boosts Defence from WiLAN Takeover

  Patent holding company and regular lawsuit filer, Mosaid Technologies says that it has bought a Luxembourg company that owns approximately 2,000 wireless patents and patent applications originally filed by Nokia....

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Mobistar Writes Off Debt Owed by Orange Luxembourg

  Belgium's Mobistar says that it has decided to conditionally waive a debt of EUR30 million owed by its subsidiary Orange in Luxembourg....

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Fitch: MTS's Ratings Unlikely to Be Affected by Subsidiary's Finance Problems

  Fitch Ratings says that the ratings of Russia's Mobile TeleSystems's (MTS) are unlikely to be affected by a court ruling against its subsidiary company, MTS Finance....

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