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Proximus expects to return to growth a year earlier than planned

Belgium-based Proximus predicted it will return to growth a year earlier than expected after the operator--which was formerly known as Belgacom--reported a strong set of results for the second quarter of 2015.

Analysts: Smartphone shipments growth slows to worst level in six years during Q2

Smartphone shipments continued to rise during the second quarter of 2015, but the rate of growth slowed compared to previous years according to separate announcements from analysts at Strategy Analytics and Juniper Research.

Arcep permits Orange and SFR to refarm 1800 MHz spectrum for 4G

French telecoms regulator Arcep authorised SFR and Orange to refarm frequencies in the 1800 MHz frequency band for use with 4G services with effect from May 25, 2016.

Telekom Austria extends convergence strategy with Bulgarian cable buy

Telekom Austria said its Bulgarian mobile subsidiary Mobiltel has agreed to buy 100 per cent of cable operator blizoo Bulgaria from current owner EQT V for an undisclosed price.

IDC: Worldwide tablet market continues to decline as vendor landscape evolves

The worldwide tablet market declined by 7 per cent year-on-year in the second quarter of 2015 with shipments totalling 44.7 million units.

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