UK court decision heralds end to Turkcell battle; Morocco wants local player for Maroc Telecom

> A UK court decision heralds the end to a long-running dispute over Turkcell, ordering Cukurova to pay $1.57 billion to Altimo for the disputed 13.8 per cent stake. Article

> Vodafone UK raises customer ire by hiking its call charges under "simplified" charging system. Article

> Morocco said it wants Etisalat to take on a local partner after buying Vivendi's 53 per cent stake in Maroc Telecom. Article

> Russian report says the government is revisiting its plan to create a single LTE network, causing anger among operators who may have to give back spectrum. Article

> Reports say Vivendi is again working on plans to hive off its French unit, SFR. Article

And finally…An inventor unveils new solar headphones that he claims can charge mobile phones. Article

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