Telenor Norway plans VoLTE launch in January; Qualcomm tipped to issue chip unit separation decision this week

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> UK-based CityFibre announced a £90 million (€124 million/$136 million) acquisition of KCom's national fibre and duct network assets. CityFibre release

> Qualcomm's board could make a decision on separating its chip business by the end of the week. Bloomberg report

> Telenor Norway said it will be the first operator in the country to launch VoLTE when it begins rolling out the service in January. Telecompaper report

> eir appointed Tim Spence, the man who oversaw the Irish incumbent's rebranding, as MD of customer operations. Spence will take up the role in January. eir announcement

And finally…Have drone, will fly it anywhere, it seems... Guardian article

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