Partner Communications ends Orange branding deal; Omantel turns to Teoco for RAN management

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> Israel-based Partner Communications is to terminate its brand licence agreement with Orange. Reuters article

> Omantel, the largest telecoms service provider in Oman, awarded a multi-year RAN managed services contract to Teoco. Teoco announcement

> Irish finance minister Michael Noonan said the European Union is unlikely to announce the outcome of a probe into Apple's tax arrangements before Irish parliamentary elections. Reuters report

> du plans to begin selling the JAQ fuel cell charger made by Sweden-based myFC in the second quarter of 2016, after securing exclusive distribution rights covering the UAE. du announcement

And finally…Vacuum cleaners could be the next big thing in home security. Telegraph article

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