Telia Denmark gets boost in LTE traffic from iPhone update; Mobistar lifts network spending

> Telia Denmark saw huge growth in LTE usage after iPhone 5 devices were upgraded to iOS 6. Article

> Belgium's Mobistar will cut its dividend, but boost network capital expenditures. Article

> Carlos Slim suffered €1.7 billion paper loss on his KPN investment. Article (sub. req.)

> 3 UK pledged to not charge a premium for LTE service. Article

And finally… Luxury phone maker Vertu, formerly owned by Nokia, goes to Android. Article

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