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VodafoneZiggo publishes wholesale cable access offer

(Telecompaper) Cable operator VodafoneZiggo published its reference offer for wholesale fixed access, in accordance with the obligation imposed by the ACM on 27 September. This may lead in time to a new category of competitors on the Dutch market that make use of this wholesale offer. Rates have not yet been set and will follow in January. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

VodafoneZiggo publishes reference offer Wholesale Fixed Access

(Telecompaper) VodafoneZiggo publishes the reference offer Wholesale Fixed Access, in accordance with the obligation that the ACM imposed on 27 September. This may lead in time to a new category of competitors on the Dutch market that make use of this wholesale offer. Rates have not yet been set and will follow in January. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

Dell completes buy-out, lists shares on NYSE

(Telecompaper) To relist its shares, Dell, staged a USD 24 billion cash-and-equity deal, buying stock back from shareholders. The shares closed on their first day at USD 45.413 per unit, giving the company a market capitalisation of close to USD 35 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported. Dell said 91.2 percent of the shares outstanding elected to receive cash, with the remaining shares choosing stock in the newly public company. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

Dutch multiplay market grows revenues 3.6% in Q3, KPN takes 42%

(Telecompaper) Revenues in the Dutch multiplay market grew to EUR 1.173 billion in the third quarter, up 3.6 percent from a year earlier, according to Telecompaper’s latest research. The number of households with broadband and at least one other service from the same provider increased 1.2 percent to 6.73 million at the end of September. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

Last week in telecoms: another week of telecoms underperforming, index down 16% YTD

(Telecompaper) Last week was the third in a row of the European telecoms sector underperforming the broader market. The good news was that the losses weren’t quite as steep as we have seen before. Performances in week 52 ranged from +11 percent for Intelsat to -4.9 percent for Gamma Communications. Our index was down 0.9 percent, versus a fall of 0.5 percent for the EuroStoxx 50 index. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

Last week in telecoms: another week of telecoms underperforming, our index is down 16% YTD

(Telecompaper) Last week was the third in a row of the European telecoms sector underperforming the broader market. The good news was that the losses weren’t quite as steep as we have seen before. Performances in week 52 ranged from +11 percent for Intelsat to -4.9 percent for Gamma Communications. Our index was down 0.9 percent, versus -0.5 percent for the EuroStoxx 50 index. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

Tele2 to sell remaining Kazakhstan mobile stake

(Telecompaper) Tele2 said it has given notice to exercise the put option in its joint venture with Kazakhtelecom, thereby initiating its sale of the remaining shares in Tele2 Kazakhstan. Closing is expected in about six months. The transaction announced on 12 December by Telia Company, in which Kazakhtelecom acquires control of Kcell, enables Tele2 to exercise its put option, as the joint venture agreement includes non-compete clauses. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

Huawei revenues to rise 21% this year to USD 109 bln

(Telecompaper) Huawei rotating chairman Guo Ping expects the company’s revenues to grow 21 percent to USD 109 billion this year. The chairman made the statement as part of the company’s new year’s address to employees. Smartphone shipments are forecast to pass 200 million units. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

Honor launches new Honor View20 in China

(Telecompaper) Honor officially launched its latest flagship smartphone, the Honor View20 in China. The phone will be available starting from CNY 2,999. The official sale in China will start from 28 December. Honor also unveiled a crossover collaboration with Italian fashion brand Moschino, with the Honor View20 Moschino joint design edition. Source: Industry News (syndicated from Telecompaper.com)

MTN agrees settlement with Nigerian Central Bank

(Telecompaper) MTN Group said it has reached an agreement with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) over the repatriation of USD 8.1 billion from Nigeria to South Africa allegedly in breach of forex rules, and is withdrawing its cautionary share trading warning. It has agreed to pay a notional reversal of the 2008 private placement of shares in MTN Nigeria at a net cost of some NGN 19.2 billion (USD 52.6 million) but without admission

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