Telefonica fined €500,000; India to scrap talks on $2B Vodafone tax dispute

> Cable & Wireless Communications increased mobile revenue by 4 per cent in the third quarter thanks to the increasing popularity of mobile data. Article

> Deutsche Telekom's new CEO may soon face a tough decision on whether to try selling T-Mobile US to Japan's SoftBank. Article

> India reportedly plans to scrap talks with Vodafone to resolve a dispute over tax demands of over $2 billion (€1.4 billion). Article

> Millicom forecast that services such as cable TV and broadband would grow faster this year, after it reported fourth-quarter core profit in line with expectations. Article

> South Africa's MTN has called for planned price cuts to be scrapped, according to the country's regulator. Article

> Telefonica was fined €500,000 ($681,783) for what the regulator classed as two "very serious" breaches of competition rules in its home market. Article

And finally…It's been a flap about nothing it seems: the Vietnamese creator of the highly popular mobile game Flappy Birds has removed it from online stores, saying its fame "ruins my simple life". Article

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