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Nordic operators Telenor, TDC wobble amid growing competition

Long seen as among the star performers in Europe's telecoms market, including early forays into 3G and then LTE, even operators in the Nordic regions are feeling the pinch as competition bites.

Report: EU's planned probe into Huawei, ZTE has weak support

The purported plan by the European Commission to launch an investigation into Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE has run into resistance from European Union member countries over fears that European equipment manufacturers would be shut out of the strong growth market of China in retaliation, Reuters reported.

'Hybrid TV' taking off in Europe

The idea of mixing and matching traditional TV--or at least traditional IPTV--with online video is taking off in Europe. Swedish telecom and IPTV service provider Com Hem plans to launch a multiscreen service to 1.74 million households this spring using TiVo, and in Germany, smart TV app Panorama TV is attracting millions of views.

TeliaSonera CEO quits over Uzbek bribery allegations

TeliaSonera CEO Lars Nyberg stepped down after a review by lawyers censured the company over corruption allegations related to the operator's purchase of a phone licence in Uzbekistan.

Ericsson axes 1,550 jobs in Sweden after profits slump

Ericsson will cut 1,550 staff across its Swedish operations less than two weeks after reporting a 43 per cent plunge in profit in its third quarter. The headcount reduction, which amounts to almost 9 per cent of Ericsson's Swedish workforce, will be focused on it networks division.

TeliaSonera shakes industry with 2,000 job cuts

TeliaSonera delivered a jolt to the telecoms industry and said that it will cut 2,000 jobs after reporting third-quarter earnings that undershot analysts' estimates.

Netflix invades Scandinavia

As promised earlier this year, Netflix has taken its online video streaming business into Scandinavia.

Report: Swedish operators may block mobile VoIP calls

Mobile operators in Sweden could be planning to install technology that will stop their subscribers from making free VoIP calls. A spokesman for Telia told Sveriges Radio that equipment was available

3 Sweden to pull low-cost unlimited offer amid fears of price war

Three Sweden will stop marketing an unlimited voice and data tariff after demand greatly exceeded the company's expectations. The pricing plan, which was only launched earlier this month, will now

TeliaSonera targets VoLTE launch in 2013

TeliaSonera is not only the leading Nordic operator in terms of LTE customer, but it is also benefiting from the early arrival of LTE mobile phones in Sweden. The operator said it expects to be able