Nokia ships N97 in bid to regain smartphone share
Nokia has announced that its new flagship device – the Nokia N97 – will go on sale this month in more than 75 countries.
Major players win new 3G frequencies in Italy
Italian telecoms regulator, the Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico (MdSE), has awarded the 3G spectrum vacated by Italian mobile operator Ipse 2000 to existing operators Vodafone Italia, Telecom Italia (TIM) and Wind following a short auction.
TIM and 3 sign site-sharing deal in Italy
Italian mobile operators TIM and 3 have become the latest European firms to enter into a mobile site-sharing agreement.
Telecom Italia is to invest EUR3 billion (US$4.2 billion) in its Brazilian unit over the next three years to expand much of its mobile broadband network in the country, the firm’s chairman told a local newspaper yesterday
Ericsson and TI trial solar kit
Ericsson and Telecom Italia are trialling a new solar-powered site development.
Telecom Italia increases mobile broadband in Milan
Telecom Italia has selected the city of Milan to launch a HSPA+ network capable of theoretical peak download speeds of 28Mb/s, notes Telecompaper. Ericsson is the kit provider.
Telecom Italia maintains outlook after H1 EBITDA growth
Telecompaper reports that Telecom Italia reported first-half revenues of EUR13.95 billion, down 5.8 percent from a year earlier.
Telecom Italia ordered to sell holdings in Argentina
Anti-trust regulators in Argentina have ordered Telecom Italia to sell its holdings in the country over concerns that Spain’s Telefonica – a shareholder in Telecom Italia – could monopolise the market
TIM to launch mobile payments service in 2010
Telecom Italia’s mobile arm (TIM) is to roll-out an advanced SIM card from next year that will allow customers to use their mobile devices to purchase a wide range of goods and services, including train and bus tickets, parking, theatre seats, concert tickets, and hotel rooms.
Italy looks at Telefonica’s “problem” stake in TI
The Italian government has raised concerns over Telefonica’s 42.3 percent stake in Telco, the holding company that controls Telecom Italia, the Italian incumbent operator.