KPN agrees to €3.7 billion tax-book loss on E-Plus sale; Orange Spain complains about Telefónica/Yoigo deal

> Who hacked Belgacom's network? Reports have suggested it was the U.S. National Security Agency or the UK's GCHQ. Article

> Orange France picked Aircom International's ASSE network planning solution to plan its LTE network. Release

> Virgin Media Business in the UK it is now using EE's network to offer LTE services to business customers. Release

> Orange Spain has lodged a complaint with the country's competition regulator over a tie-up between rivals Telefónica and TeliaSonera's Yoigo. Article

> Britain's defence ministry plans to release around 200 MHz of radio waves below 15 GHz to regulator Ofcom for commercial use, in a move aimed at helping meet the UK's growing demand for mobile data. Article

> Vodafone's share of Kabel Deutschland inched up, as hedge funds plan action to get more money. Article

> Vodafone plans to speed up LTE development in Greece using Verizon Wireless proceeds. Article

> Libya plans to list one of its state-owned mobile operators, Libyana, next year. Article

> KPN agrees to a €3.7 billion ($4.9 billion) loss on the sale of German unit E-Plus to cut tax. Article

And finally…Iran briefly opened up access social networking sites, but the country's block looks unlikely to be lifted. Article

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