Bharti Airtel plans €8.5B network investment; BlackBerry to exit Pakistan

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> Bharti Airtel, India's leading mobile operator, is planning to invest INR600 billion (€8.5 billion/$9 billion) over three years in upgrading its network. Bloomberg article

> Virgin Media said the UK government's broadband scheme gives BT an unfair advantage when it comes to network investment support and has written to the European Commission. City A.M. article

> BlackBerry said it would exit Pakistan to get round new email monitoring rules. Bloomberg report

> Vodafone agreed a deal to extend its use of MFS Africa's mobile wallet aggregation service. Developing Telecoms article

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