Telecom Italia denies Oi reports; EU regulators reportedly plan to to scrap fixed price caps

> Telecom Italia denied reports that it is in talks to take over Brazilian operator Oi. Article

> EU telecoms regulators reportedly plan to scrap price caps on fixed-line phone calls in Europe. Article

> Ooredoo Kuwait has cut 165 jobs as its profits fall. Article

> Phones 4U administrator PwC said there is little chance of a proposed debt-for-equity swap succeeding. Article

> Oi plans to sell its stake in Africatel Holdings amid a dispute with a minority shareholder. Article

And finally...Drivers are reminded that smart watches come under the same laws as smartphones, with heavy penalties applied to those who text and drive. Article

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