EE to launch LTE this month; Nokia mulls HQ sale

> EE will launch the UK's first LTE in 10 cities on Oct. 30. Article

> Nokia is considering selling and then leasing back its headquarters buildings in Finland. Nokia said it has no plans to leave Finland. Article

> Vodafone will acquire Ireland's Complete Telecom, which provides enterprise managed data network and fixed telecoms services. Article

> Tele2 signed a €74 million loan for a Norwegian network expansion. Article

> Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said the company would have preferred to have been more successful with its first Lumia Windows Phone. Article

> Microsoft is reportedly planning to build its own Windows Phone. Article

> Lawyers will dig into whether TeliaSonera's investment in Uzbekistan in 2007 involved any form of corruption or money laundering. Article

And finally… Nokia's latest ad targets "boring" iPhone colors. Article

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