Fastweb wants EC to probe Iliad's Italy plan; Vodafone UK tops most-complained list again

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> Vodafone Netherlands launched new One Business subscriptions with between 50 GB and 5 TB of inclusive data that can also be used in 40 countries. Vodafone Netherlands release

> Huawei alleged T-Mobile US violates its wireless network patents in a lawsuit. Wall Street Journal report

> TDC turned down a takeover bid by U.S. private equity company Apollo Global Management. TDC announcement

> Ofcom's latest report showed that Vodafone UK remained the most complained-about mobile operator on the market in the first quarter of 2016. Ofcom release

> Fastweb called for the European Commission to investigate the viability of Iliad's plan to buy assets from CK Hutchison and VimpelCom and create a fourth Italian operator. Fastweb release

And finally…Tie your children down, virtually. Guardian article

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