Vodafone Egypt owes Telecom Egypt €77M; Google talks own-brand smartphone

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> Vodafone Egypt is to pay Telecom Egypt a second tranche of withheld dividends amounting to EGP750 million (€77 million/$84.46 million), sources said. Reuters article

> Google discussed the launch of an own-brand smartphone with mobile operators. Telegraph report

> Deutsche Telekom predicted little impact on the value of its 12 per cent stake in BT following a UK vote to leave the EU. Reuters report

> Qualcomm filed a complaint against Chinese smartphone maker Meizu over 3G and 4G patents. FierceWireless report

And finally…The dog that tidies up after itself. Guardian article

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