Swedish-Finnish carrier TeliaSonera needs to convince Norway's regulators that its acquisition of Tele2 Norway won't lead to higher prices for consumers.
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Altice is on the cusp of purchasing Portugal Telecom assets in its home market.
Denmark has put a 'three strikes' policy to combat online copyright infringement on hold while it tests out a new anti-piracy framework
Telstra's battle with the unions is heating up as a second union has called on its 1000 members to strike over the telco's alleged anti-union wage strategy.
The telecommunications arm of construction company Abigroup has won a multimillion-dollar deal to build base stations for Perth's new WiMax network vividwireless.
Outgoing media advisor to Minister of Communications Stephen Conroy, Tim Marshall, will be taking up a role with NBN Co chief Mike Quigley's former employer, Alcatel-Lucent.
The NBN Company's funds, according to its first financial report filed several weeks ago with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, are being held with Westpac Banking Corporation.
A spokesperson for Pipe Networks' potential new parent, SP Telemedia, has pointed to Optus as a prime example of how it can successfully operate a wholesale and retail telco.
Pipe Networks' chief, Bevan Slattery, may have found his "cash-out" door from the company that helped internet service providers snub Telstra, but many of those customers are not happy that a direct competitor could now control it.
SP Telemedia, owner of TPG and Soul internet service providers, has announced its intention to acquire Pipe Networks for $373 million.