Germany opens KPN/Telefónica airwaves review; VimpelCom switches to Nasdaq

> Telefónica and KPN may be forced to give up some of their spectrum assets as Germany opens an airwaves review following the announcement of the planned merger. Article

> VimpelCom has poached the former CFO of Verizon Wireless and is now moving its listing to Nasdaq from NYSE. Article VimpelCom also reported a 2 per cent drop in second-quarter earnings, citing exchange-rate and Italian regulatory changes. Article

> Bouygues Telecom and others are reportedly suing Orange and SFR for €1.9 billion over alleged anticompetitive behaviour. Article

> Telefónica Czech Republic is reportedly close to a deal to share infrastructure with rival Vodafone. Article

And finally… After all the fuss about operator OTT apps, Telefónica is scrapping its free messaging app Tu Me to focus on Tu Go. But what about Joyn? Article

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