Nokia's Indian tax appeal dismissed; TeliaSonera secures 800 MHz spectrum in Estonia

> Indian authorities dismissed Nokia's appeals against an income tax bill of $370 million (€285 million). Article

> O2 UK customers will lose access to 4 million BT Openzone Wi-Fi hotspots starting in July. Article

> Syniverse Technologies won conditional approval from European Union antitrust regulators for its €550 million takeover of Mach after agreeing to divest a large part of its rival's operations. Article

> Expectations grow of a merger between Tele2 Russia and Rostelecom after a change of management at the VTB-owned operator. Article

> Telekom Austria has denied reports that it plans to expand further in Eastern Europe with Carlos Slim. Article

> Zimbabwe will not renew the licence of a unit of Egypt's Orascom Telecom until it turns over a majority of its shares to local shareholders, according to state media reports. Article

> TeliaSonera said it secured frequencies in the 800 MHz band in the beauty contest in Estonia to enable a faster LTE rollout. Release

And finally… BT breaks up with Yahoo after a 10-year relationship. Article

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