Telefónica closing down Jajah; Telecom Italia has no plans to sell Brazilian unit

> Cable & Wireless Communications said the sale of its business in the Seychelles to Bahrain Telecommunications Co (Batelco) has fallen through. Article

> Telefónica is closing down its Jajah VoIP service. Article

> Telecom Italia said it has no plans to sell its Brazilian unit. Article

> U.S. antitrust regulators approved Microsoft's deal to buy Nokia's devices and services unit. Article

> South Africa's Vodacom Group opened its first office in Ethiopia, which is the last remaining large market on the continent to maintain a state monopoly in telecoms. Article

> Hungary published a draft tender to sell various broadband spectrum licences. Article

And finally… One screen is clearly not enough for Russian consumers. Yota has now launched a smartphone with two screens, one of which uses e-ink technology and is always on. Article

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