Telekom Serbia borrows money to buy back stake in itself; Tele2 Estonia buys Televörgu

> Serbia's state-run Telekom Srbija is borrowing €470 million to buy back a 20 per cent stake in itself from Greece's OTE. Article

> Tele2 Estonia will buy Estonia's broadband infrastructure and service supplier Televörgu for around €25.6 million on a cash and debt free basis. Article

> Credit Suisse restated its "outperform" rating on Vodafone and BT as part of a wider assessment of the European telecoms sector. Article

> Infrastructure company Arqiva has appointed Everything Everywhere's Nicolas Ott as its managing director for its government, mobile and enterprise business. Article

And finally... Vodafone will use "Star Wars" character Yoda to push mobile data usage in a marketing campaign. Article

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