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Telekom Slovenije still market leader on mobile market in Q1

Mobile telephony penetration in Slovenia reached 115.6 percent in the first quarter of 2017, compared with 115.5 percent in the previous quarter and 113.4 percent the year before, according to Slovenia’s Agency for Communications Networks and Services (Akos). READ MORE:  Slovenia mobile users up 4% to 2.38 million in Q1 Market leader Telekom Slovenije had 45.7 percent of active mobile…

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U.K. Telecom Is Most EU-Exposed Sector, Utilities Least: Chart

Brexit negotiations began this week, and Morgan Stanley says the costs of the U.K. leaving the EU, such as reduced access to markets, look more concrete than the benefits. The U.K. sectors with the most sales from Europe are telecom, transport and diversified financials — while utilities has the least — none, according to Morgan Stanley.

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EU parliament committee delays vote on telecoms reform

The lead committee of the European Parliament on the new EU telecoms regulation has postponed its vote until September. The Industry, Research and Energy committee considered the draft reports on the proposed Electronic Communications Code at its latest meeting in Brussels. READ MORE: Smartphone sales: Huawei strengthens in Europe This was expected to ready the committee for a vote at…

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Orange retains lead in French mobile network quality – Arcep

Customers on the Orange network have continued to experience a better performance than those on rival networks, according to the latest QoS measures published by French regulator Arcep. As in the previous annual assessment, closely followed Orange, while Free Mobile remained behind across the board, particularly on data performance (download speed, web navigation, online video). READ MORE: France Telecom Market…

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Slovenia mobile users up 4% to 2.38 million in Q1

There were almost 2.38 million mobile network users in Slovenia at the end of the first quarter of 2017, or 4 percent more than a year earlier. Of the total, 78 percent were postpaid, according to Slovenia’s Statistical Office. 4% more Slovene mobile network subscribers At the end of the 1st quarter of 2017 there were almost 2,389,000 mobile network users…

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Croatia’s Vipnet to seek protection from EU following HT, Optima, H1 Telekom alliance

Croatian telco Vipnet, a unit of Telekom Austria Group, told SeeNews on Thursday that a decision by the country’s anti-trust regulator, AZTN, to allow an alliance between peers Hrvatski Telekom, Optima Telekom and H1 Telekom is unacceptable. Vipnet will seek protection from the European Commission after AZTN allowed HT to establish a monopoly on the fixed telephony market, it said…

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Bosnia-Herzegovina ends 2016 with 663,000 internet users

Bosnia and Herzegovina ended 2016 with 663,785 subscribers of internet services, according to the annual report from the Regulatory Communications Agency (RAK). READ MORE: 4G unlikely to arrive in Bosnia before 2018 The internet penetration rate in the country amounted to 82.398 percent. The dominant broadband access technology was xDSL with 58.04 percent of the total, followed by cable with 32.18…

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Croatian mobile users fall to 4.34 mln in Q1

Croatia had 4.35 million mobile telephony users at the end of the first quarter, down by 1.27 percent from Q4 2016 and by 0.41 percent from the year before, according to data published by the Croatian Agency for Postal and Electronic Communications (Hakom). READ MORE: Hrvatski Telekom first in Croatia to introduce VoLTE Total revenues from mobile services amounted to HRK…

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Mexico Smartphone Market in Q1 2017

The Mexican smartphone market grew 25% YoY.  LG & Huawei were the fastest growing brands. New entrants such as Xiaomi and Infinix should further drive the growth within the open channel. According to the latest findings from Counterpoint’s Market Monitor Service, the Mexican smartphone market registered annual growth of almost 25% in Q1 2017.  The LTE-capable smartphone segment grew 52%…

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Swiss mobile prices highest in Europe, Verivox study finds

The Swiss pay some of the highest prices in Europe for mobile services, according to a study of 13 European countries by the comparison site Verivox. Looking at the cheapest plans available with at least 1 GB and 100 minutes a month, the study found the Swiss pay the most at CHF 25 per month, compared to Poland with the…

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