Nokia sells HQ for €170M; Telenor raided by competition authorities

> Nokia agreed to sell and lease back its head office building in Espoo, Finland, in order to raise cash. The selling price was €170 million. Release

> Telenor's offices have been raided by European and Norwegian competition authorities amid  allegations it had abused its dominant position in the mobile sector. Article

> O2 Germany partnered with Payleven for a mobile payments service. Article

> EE launched two new MVNOs, Talk Home Mobile and White Mobile. Article

And finally… Research In Motion is investigating why an 11-year-old's Blackberry Curve 9320 handset allegedly caught fire. Article

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