Ooredoo reaches 100M users; Orange wants to stay in Belgium

> Ooredoo announced its total subscriber base broke 100 million users in the fourth quarter of 2014. Release

> Telenor detailed plans to roll out data roaming packages to its subscribers to boost usage to 80 per cent of its customer base by end 2017. Release

> The EC won a court battle against France and Luxembourg over the rate of value added tax the countries apply to e-books. Article

> Apple Pay is being accessed by fraudsters using stolen credit card details. Report

> Numericable-SFR is confident it can deliver the €1 billion ($1.1 billion) of cost savings promised by cable operator Numericable by 2017. Article

> Orange wants to remain in Belgium where it has a 51 per cent stake in Mobistar, and has not been contacted about a potential bid for Mobistar's smaller rival Base. Article

And finally…Turn your smartphone into a Star Trek tricorder. Article

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