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Vodafone, Orange and Deutsche Telekom race as Europe's connected car money makers

There are a host of ways to make money off of connected cars. The revenue streams will be generated by services including infotainment, navigation, fleet management, remote diagnostics, automatic crash notification, safety enhancements, usage based insurance (UBI), traffic management and-- ultimately-- autonomous driving. Despite that prediction, the term "connected car" remains something of a catch-all, making it hard to determine which companies are actually making money from the market in Europe today, or indeed what exactly a "connected" car actually is.

du expands Vodafone partnership to boost UAE M2M business services

Du said an extended partnership deal with Vodafone will enable it to beef up the machine-to-machine (M2M) services it offers to businesses throughout the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Vodafone agrees branding, 3G rollout deal with MTS Ukraine

Vodafone has extended its partner market agreement with MTS in a move that will see the Vodafone brand used to sell mobile services in Ukraine for the first time.

Vodafone flexes its fixed and multi-play muscles

Vodafone may have given up on asset-swap talks with Liberty Global for now, but the company is continuing its global strategy of offering fixed services within individual markets to drive additional revenue and make sure fickle users stay.

Vodafone UK launches scheme with local pubs to improve mobile coverage

Vodafone UK said it has launched a new pilot scheme in partnership with rural pubs organisation, Pub is The Hub, to provide rural community pubs with indoor mobile coverage for the first time.

What next for Vodafone after Liberty talks end?

Vodafone Group confirmed this week that discussions with Liberty Global on a possible asset swap have ended. The question now is what lies ahead for the mobile giant, which has been pursuing a strategy of launching converged fixed and mobile services in key markets in order to secure new revenue streams as well as attract and-- importantly-- retain customers.

Analysts say a Vodafone-Liberty deal is still possible after asset-swap talks end

Vodafone said discussions with Liberty Global on a possible asset swap have ended, but analysts say a deal between the two companies still remains a "distinct possibility.

Deezer plans IPO to take on Spotify, Apple

Music-streaming service Deezer has signalled its intention to list its shares on the Paris Euronext exchange after filing an IPO registration document with the French financial market authority (Autorité des marchés financiers or AMF) on Sept. 21.

Small Cell Forum to tackle multi-operator and license-free small cells

The Small Cell Forum formally established six teams that will tackle specific work areas, including small cells in unlicensed spectrum, 5G and multi-operator small cells.

Liberty Global chairman likens Vodafone talks to a tennis match

Liberty Global chairman John Malone admitted the company is no closer to agreeing on an asset swap with UK-headquartered Vodafone after around three months of talks.