Oi merger with PT gets a setback; BT and Orange top UK consumer complaints list

> Shareholders of Brazilian operator Oi have approved a capital increase needed to combine with Portugal Telecom. Article

> Meanwhile, shares in Oi were suspended for 30 days by Brazil's securities watchdog after CEO Zeinal Bava, breached a mandatory quiet period ahead of the offer. Article

> BT received more complaints about fixed broadband than any of its rivals in the UK, according to a new report. Orange received the most complaints in pay-monthly mobile services. Article

> After a court ordered the reopening of Twitter in Turkey, reports emerge that YouTube has now been blocked in the country. Article

> A German MVNO called for cheap access to a future Telefonica-E-Plus network, should the €8.6 billion ($11.9 billion) deal gain regulatory approval. Article

And finally... WhatsApp is now so prevalant that it has become a medical condition: A doctor in Granada has diagnosed a 34-year-old pregnant woman with "WhatsAppitis," brought on by excessive instant messaging. Article

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