Nokia sells Indian m-money unit; E-Plus to use 1800MHz for mobile broadband

> Nokia reportedly sold its Indian m-money unit to Fino and it will now be branded as Alpha Payment Services. Article 

> Germany's telecoms regulator, FNA, approved E-Plus to use its 1800MHz band for mobile broadband services, including LTE. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent expanded its partnership with Russia's Rostechnologii to accelerate the deployment of LTE services, network systems and transmission technologies. Article

> Orange France started a nationwide rollout of a SIM-based NFC service in partnership with Gemalto. Article

And finally…Hold everything, here's North Korea's tablet entry. Article

 

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