Vodafone India appoints new CEO; Mobily posts unexpected Q4 loss

> Nokia Networks is billing an LTE-Advanced network constructed for Safaricom as the first of its kind in Kenya. Release

> Vodafone promoted Sunil Sood to the post of CEO of Vodafone India. Sood will replace Marten Pieters on Apr. 1. Report

> MTN said it plans to reorganise its business unit in South Africa. Article

> T-Mobile Austria has won a round in a legal battle over whether it should have a say in how frequencies should be split up following Hutchison Whampoa's acquisition of Orange Austria. Article

> Saudi Arabia-based Mobily reported an unexpected fourth-quarter loss of SAR2.28 billion (€539 million/$607.1 million) in 2014, following on from its shock restatement of results last November. Article

And finally…Tweeting when angry may be good for the soul, but it's not good for your heart. Article

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