Saudi Mobily swings to Q1 profit; Ericsson signs 4-year deal with Omantel

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> Ericsson signed a four-year managed services contract with Omantel. Ericsson announcement

> Saudi Arabia's Mobily said it swung to a net profit of SAR16.6 million (€3.9 million/$4.43 million) in the three months to end-March. Reuters article

> Tata Communications won a contract to deliver content from Irish TV to North American viewers via an OTT app. Tata Communications release

> ETSI sought to beef up security surrounding 5G networks through an MoU with digital security company Eurosmart. ETSI announcement

And finally...'Tough phone' market flourishes as smartphones square up to meet demands. BBC News article

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