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Operator Multiplay Intelligence Service

With forecasts for over 100 countries, IHS Operator Multiplay Intelligence offers an extremely wide analysis of emerging markets and the fast rising digital audience around the world. The service metrics cover all parts of a multiplay offering: mobile, pay TV, fixed broadband and voice. Operator Multiplay benchmarks the performance of leading operators and their strategies for combining services to boost customer retention and revenues.

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Sky and TalkTalk to bring ultra-fast broadband to York

TalkTalk and Sky will be working together with CityFibre on a joint venture initiative which will result in a FTTP network capable of servicing the 200,000 inhabitants of the city of York, UK.

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Vodafone invests GBP1 billion in UK, to open 150 new stores

Vodafone will invest some GBP1 billion (USD1.66 billion) in the United Kingdom over the next year, with the goal of opening 150 new stores in the country.

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TeliaSonera buys Danish IT systems integrator Siminn

TeliaSonera has acquired Danish IT and system integrator Siminn Danmark for an undisclosed sum, as the Swedish operator looks to bolster its business offering.

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América Móvil handed lower interconnection rates in Mexico

América Móvil has confirmed that its mobile and fixed-line units Telcel and Telmex face lower asymmetrical termination rates.

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Vodafone launches M-Pesa in Romania

Vodafone has launched its mobile payments service M-Pesa in Romania. • Customers will be able to transfer between RON1 (USD0.31) and RON30,0000. • The service can be activated in 300 stores initially and Vodafone claims it will covering 6 million subscribers, growing to 2,000 points of presence by end-2014. Following international expansion M-Pesa now has 16.8 million customers in Kenya, Egypt, India, Lestho, and Mozambique. Vodafone will view M-Pesa’s launch in Romania as a trial for further deployments across emerging European economies. Vodafone will continue to aim expansion of M-Pesa at emerging economies where penetration of banking services are low; in Romania Vodafone estimates that 35% of the population does not use banking services.

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Talks between Telekom Austria shareholders OIAG and América Móvil approved

The Austrian government has given the green light to official negotiations for a shareholder agreement between state holding company OIAG and América Móvil, which could lead to a takeover of Telekom Austria.

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Bouygues raises bid for Vivendi’s SFR

Bouygues Telecom has announced it has raised its offer to buy the mobile unit of Vivendi’s SFR, despite Vivendi entering into exclusive talks with Numericable owner Altice.

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Operator Multiplay Intelligence: navigating to subscription and penetration data

Subscription data covering the fixed voice, fixed broadband and mobile markets for 101 countries and multiplay pay-TV for 46 countries can be navigated directly from the following links.

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XL completes Axis acquisition

Axiata's Indonesian subsidiary XL has completed its acquisition of Axis, after being granted the required regulatory approvals. The acquisition will allow XL to make capex savings as well boost its data services. STC has sold its stake in Axis and subsequently exiting the Indonesian market after becoming caught up in a dispute with creditors in 2011.

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China Unicom launches TDD-LTE services, despite favouring FDD-LTE

China Unicom has became the third operator in the country to launch TDD-LTE services. The launch is set to increase competition in the market, though its hybrid strategy could be costly, given that its favoured technology is FDD-LTE. Rival operator China Telecom is also in favour of FDD-LTE and is applying for a trial licence for the technology. Mobile data contributed to 28.9% of China Telecom's total revenue in 2013 and is set to play a key role in its future performance.

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