Telenor profits nosedive; Virgin, Vodafone, EE boycott net neutrality

> Norway's Telenor reported that second-quarter net profits more than halved to €279.8 million. Article

> Virgin, Vodafone, Everything Everywhere have refused to sign the Open Internet Code of Practice. Article

> A Spanish tax increase could hit Telefónica. Article

> O2 UK offers free Wi-Fi in London's tourist hotspots. Article

> Brussels wants LTE, but only at low power. Article

And finally... London nixed 3G hotspots during the Olympics. Article

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