Germany told to sell Deutsche Telekom stake; EE launches LTE roaming with AT&T

> It appears that Austria's three mobile operators will have to pay €2 billion ($2.75 billion) for new LTE spectrum after a court turned down a second request for an injunction. Article

> UK operator EE launched the country's first LTE roaming agreement with AT&T. Release

> Germany's Monopolies Commission told the government of Germany to sell its stake in Deutsche Telekom and use the proceeds for investments in networks. Article

> Vodafone spent 19 per cent less tax in the UK after spending more than £1 billion ($1.63 billion) on its network. Article

> Vivendi named Herve Philippe, a veteran executive at advertising agency Havas, as its CFO. Article

> Vodafone was reportedly hit by a €250 million lawsuit in Greece. Article

> Brazil will likely wait for the shareholder decision on the future of the Telecom Italia board before making any decision on Tim Brasil. Article

> The M2M World Alliance unveiled its solution that aims to simplify and promote the adoption of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications worldwide. Release

And finally… Not sure where to go for dinner tonight and want your phone to suggest something to you based on what you're saying? There's a new app for that. Article

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