Vodafone UK has 100,000 LTE subscribers; Vivendi chairman to retire after split

> Vodafone UK said it now has more than 100,000 LTE customers. Post

> Bank Rossiya is considering taking part in a deal for a stake in Russian telecoms operator Tele2. Article

> Russia's Rostelecom reportedly aims to cut capital expenditure in the next four years and focus on Internet services. Article

> Vivendi Chairman Jean-Rene Fourtou said he plans to retire after the company has split into two segments, and said Vincent Bollore could take over his role. Article

> Vodacom said it may curb investment if it is unable to reach a compromise on lower MTRs with South Africa's regulator. Article

And finally… The future for smartphones is curved, according Samsung. Release

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