Apple chief updates music service figures; STC Q3 net profit down by almost a third

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> Apple CEO Tim Cook said the Apple Music service now has 6.5 million paid users. Reuters article

> Saudi Telecom Co (STC) said its net profit fell by 31 per cent year-on-year to SAR2.32 billion (€545 million/$618.7 million) in the third quarter of 2015. Reuters article

> TeliaSonera has reportedly revived plans to sell its Spanish unit Yoigo, with Masmovil Ibercom cited as one interested party. Bloomberg article

> Proximus has agreed to pay €120 million ($136.3 million) to rivals Base Belgium and Mobistar to settle a long-running claim that the former incumbent previously abused its dominant position. Reuters article

> Etisalat said the UAE is targeting a 5G first by aiming to roll out a 5G network in time for Expo 2020. Emirates 24/7 article

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