Zayo prices senior notes offering; Sandvine expects application developers to increase encryption usage

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> Telefonica's $8.01 billion purchase of Brazilian broadband operator GVT from Vivendi will give the Spanish company access to 100 million potential customers in the South American country, according to CEO and Chairman Cesar Alierta. Article

> Zayo prices $350 million senior notes offering and finalizes $1.65 billion term loan amendment. Release

> Sandvine reveals in a new report that it expects more Internet application developers to increase their usage of encryption to protect subscribers' content from intrusions. Article

Cable News
> After 14 months of lobbying federal, state and municipal government officials, running ads and shuffling stacks of paperwork to the FCC, Comcast revealed to investors that its entire tab for its failed acquisition of Time Warner Cable comes to around $336 million. Article

> Cablevision continued to see a decline in its video subscribers in the first quarter of 2015 although its overall revenue per user increased, which helped offset the decline in customers. Article

Wireless News
> AT&T Mobility officially launched a new loyalty rewards program in conjunction with major brands including ExxonMobil, Macy's, Nationwide Insurance, Rite Aid, Direct Energy, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Hulu. Article

> T-Mobile US CEO John Legere saw his total compensation drop in 2014 to around $18.57 million, according to a securities filing. Article

And finally… Tom Wheeler on net neutrality: "I do hope that there will be the strongest Internet protections that anyone has ever imagined." Article

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