Lenovo reports Q3 net profit growth despite revenue slump; BT suffers major network outage

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> Vodafone offered to buy shares in the group held by legacy Irish shareholders. Irish Times article

> Days after finalising the purchase of EE, BT was forced to apologise to customers after a nationwide outage of broadband and phone network services. IBTimes article

> Lenovo shrugged off its first revenue fall in over six years with a 19 per cent year-on-year rise in net income in the three months to end-December. Bloomberg report

> Counterpoint Research said smartphone shipments in India broke the 100 million unit mark in 2015 after growing 23 per cent year-on-year. Counterpoint Research announcement

And finally…Heavy mobile data users may need to go on a diet. Wall Street Journal article

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