Android Pay launches in the UK; Nokia and MTS collaborate on 5G, IoT

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> Bahrain-based Batelco has made a bid for Malta's Go, but did not clarify whether or not this was for the entire company or a stake. Batelco statement

> Android Pay has launched in the UK, the first country outside the U.S. to see the functionality. However, Barclays customers won't be able to use the service. BBC story

> Nokia and MTS have agreed to collaborate on 5G and IoT in Russia. Nokia release

> Orange Business Services has extended its sales operations in Nigeria. Orange release

And finally...Be careful when adding emojis to your texts as it may cost you more...Guardian article

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