Telecom Italia wants to keep 15-20% of Inwit; Nokia CEO reaffirms commitment to France

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> Telecom Italia wants to keep a 15-20 per cent stake in tower company Inwit. Reuters article

> The ITU World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) has approved the global harmonisation of the 700 MHz frequency band for mobile broadband. ITU release

> BlackBerry confirmed Eric Johnson, head of its enterprise software and services sales department, has left the company, but did not reveal why. Wall Street Journal report

> Nokia president and CEO Rajeev Suri reiterated the company's commitment to France in a meeting with French president François Hollande and economy minister Emmanuel Macron. Nokia announcement

> Iraq extended the deadline for submissions of interest in the country's fourth mobile phone licence. Reuters article

And finally…A new study finds that Brits like to multi-task when using mobile devices, with some unfortunate results. Mirror article

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