BT CEO fights back over Openreach sell-off threat; Google reports strong growth in mobile ad sales in Q2

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> BT CEO Gavin Patterson threatens to retaliate with litigation and a block on network investment if the company is forced to sell off Openreach. Telegraph article

>  Huawei signed a memorandum of understanding on 5G testing in Malta, but has met some opposition. Malta Today article

> Operators would need about 100 MHz each of sub-6 GHz spectrum to operate 5G services, according to Huawei deputy chairman and rotating CEO Ken Hu. RCR Wireless article

> Google reported strong Q2 revenue growth from advertisements on mobile devices and on its YouTube video platform. FierceWireless article

And finally…No mobile signal? Blame it on leafy trees. Daily Mail article

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