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Telenor Denmark plans VoLTE launch in 2015

Telenor's Danish subsidiary is planning to launch commercial voice over LTE (VoLTE) services in 2015, after completing its first test call of the technology using kit from Nokia Networks.

UK's £5B mobile coverage deal could end uncertainty over 2G licence fees: analyst

A UK government agreement with mobile operators to plug rural coverage gaps could end ongoing uncertainty over an Ofcom revaluation of 2G license fees, a leading Ovum analyst said.

EE buys Mainline in business customer focus

EE, currently the subject of a £12.5 billion (€15.7 billion/$19.6 billion) bid by BT, has made an acquisition of its own by snapping up shares it did not already own in communications distributor Mainline Communications.

BASE quits Belgian fixed market as Mobistar plans to wade back in

BASE Belgium plans to stop marketing fixed services on the Belgian market at the end of June 2015 because it believes it is no longer economically feasible to continue with the service.

Berg Insight: Shipments of connected wearables will reach 168M in 2019

Shipments of connected wearables are set to reach 19 million units in 2014, up from 5.9 million devices in the previous year.

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