Numericable-SFR raided by police; Three Ireland customers slam outage

> Three Ireland customers called for the return of O2 Ireland after a network outage on Easter Monday. Article

> Apple's sales chief Angela Ahrendts ordered staff to encourage Watch customers to shop online rather than wait in headline grabbing queues. Report

> Spain's Abertis plans to spin off its telecoms business, valued at €4 billion ($4.34 billion), into a new company called Cellnex Telecom and list it in Spain. Article

> Turkcell shareholder LetterTelecom claimed that the Turkish government has "quasi-nationalised" the country's leading mobile operator. Article

> French antitrust officials seized evidence from the offices of Numericable-SFR as part of an investigation of the tie-up. Article

> Vodafone has overhauled its 4G plans by extending 4G to all postpaid subscribers and increasing inclusive data bundles. Release

And finally...Charged in 60 seconds: scientists make bold claims for new smartphone aluminium battery. Article

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