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News In Brief: Telecom Italia, Verizon, ZTE, Roamware, ABI Research, MEF, OTE

Italy’s deputy industry Minister will today meet with operators to discuss the

Vodafone mulls developer rev-share model

In a frank admission that it needn't push for more content-driven revenue, Vodafone's content services director, Lee Epting, has suggested that it might be timely for operators to consider reducing

Rumour Mill: Vivendi in talks with Indian celco; Vodafone to sell Polish stake

Despite strong denials from the French company, it seems likely that the entertainment-to-telecoms conglomerate Vivendi is in negotiations with India's second largest mobile operator over acquiring a

Vodafone to use femtos to boost macro coverage

Having positioned its Sure Signal femtocell product to improve home and office coverage, Vodafone is now planning to use a ruggedised version within its macro network. The company, which claims

News In Brief: O2, BT, AT&T, Qualcomm, France Telecom

O2, Orange and Vodafone will trial IMB mobile broadcasting technology for three months in the UK from October, to assess the potential of the technology to

BSNL considers ex-Vodafone CEO Sarin to lead company

State-owned Indian service provider BSNL needs a turnaround man, and they think that man could be Arun Sarin, the former CEO of Vodafone. BSNL is considering Sarin for the top post that will be

Vodafone customers provide coverage updates- in real-time

As the war continues over which UK operator provides the most comprehensive coverage and the best performing network, Vodafone has gone a step further to prove its claim by asking users to provide

Verizon smartphone customers consume 600-800 MB per month

Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) is putting the final touches on new data price plans to coincide with the upcoming launch of its LTE network. And those plans will likely eliminate any unlimited data

Mobile revenue falling faster than fixed in Ireland

Telecom service revenue in Ireland declined across the board in Q1, with mobile taking a larger hit than fixed-line services despite an increase in mobile traffic.   Ir

Vodafone rethinks mobile ad strategy; but slapped for misleading femto poster

Having stated earlier this year that it was considering the disbanding of its mobile advertising unit, Vodafone has now backtracked and said that it will maintain and even enhance the service.