Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls sale of T-Mobile CZ; Belgium may cut its stake in Belgacom

> Deutsche Telekom is reportedly working to restructure its Eastern European operations and could even sell some mobile assets such as T-Mobile Czech Republic. Article (sub. req.)

> Belgium may reportedly cut its stake in Belgacom. Article

> The Czech units of Telefónica and T-Mobile are in talks on sharing their 2G and 3G networks. Article

> Troubled wireless equipment vendor Alvarion has requested court approval for a buyout by Valley Telecom, causing its share price to rise. Article

> The Slovak Telecom Office has started accepting bids for mobile spectrum frequencies for LTE networks. Article

And finally…Victims of cold calling are starting to fight back by setting up premium rate lines and making money from cold calls. Article

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