Virgin reportedly mulling Yoigo buy; Alcatel-Lucent CEO said to be joining Altice

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> The sale of Telekom Slovenia to Cinven has been held up over a last-minute amendment to the offer, despite an earlier approval of the bid. Reuters article

> Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes is to join the Altice group from September, according to unconfirmed reports. Challenges article

> Apple was tipped to include ad blocking features in the latest mobile version of its Safari browser. Wall Street Journal article

> BlackBerry geared up to launch its first smartphone running Google's Android operating system. Reuters report

> Anywhere Sim, a UK start up, said it will close gaps in mobile coverage with a SIM that connects to the network with the strongest signal. BBC News report

> The Virgin Group is reportedly exploring a possible purchase of Spanish mobile operator Yoigo from TeliaSonera. Reuters article

And finally…Fake mobile towers are reportedly at large in the UK. Sky News article

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