Telecom Italia details bond sale; Vodafone plans $3B Indian investment

> Telecom Italia said it prioritised Telefonica, BlackRock and Och-Ziff in its mandatory convertible bond sale last month. Article

> Kuwaiti operator Wataniya has named Peter Kaliaropoulos as COO, six months after the Australian left regional rival Batelco. Article

> Etisalat could resurrect talks to sell its Sudanese telecom arm Canar to Kuwait's Zain. Article

> EE launched a partnership with London's Tech City for LTE innovations including LTE Advanced. Release

> Vodafone plans to invest $3 billion (€2.19 billion) in Indian networks in the next two years. Article

> Zain wants to retain majority control of its Bahraini subsidiary after the unit's initial public offering. Article

And finally… A Dutch banker said the current Bitcoin hype is worse than tulip mania, as at least with tulips you get a flower at the end. Article

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