Orange Spain, Yoigo join 3G network sharing trend
Spanish operators Orange and Yoigo have become the latest European carriers to announce a 3G network sharing agreement.
TeliaSonera reported to be mulling future of Spains Yoigo
TeliaSonera AB is reported to be considering pulling the plug on its Spanish subsidiary Yoigo. Reuters reports that the Stockholm-based telecommunications operator is to unveil news about the future of its Spanish business in connection with the release of its fourth-quarter earnings report this Friday.
O2 claims competitive advantage with own network
O2’s UK operation appears unlikely to join the recent European 3G network sharing trend following statements from a company board director that owning its own network is a unique selling point for the operator.
Telefnica, Yoigo sign network sharing agreement
Telefónica has signed a network sharing agreement for its 2G and 3G networks with TeliaSonera’s Spanish mobile division Yoigo.
TeliaSonera maintains outlook, ponders Yoigo future
Global telecom operator TeliaSonera maintained its full-year outlook in reporting its third-quarter results today, although the company admitted it is mulling the future of its Spanish mobile operation.
Spain’s Yoigo hits 1M customer milestone
Yoigo, the Spanish start-up 3G operator controlled by Sweden’s TeliaSonera, claims to have signed-up over 1 million subscribers to date.
Report: TeliaSonera to sell Yoigo stake
TeliaSonera is holding talks with UK-based private equity company Doughty Hanson to sell part of its stake in its Spanish mobile network subsidiary Yoigo, writes Expansion
TeliaSonera backs Yoigo, maintains 2009 outlook
Sweden’s TeliaSonera has said it has no immediate plans to divest its majority stake in Spanish 3G operator Yoigo and will focus on returning a profit at the unit next year.
Yoigo in talks with Spanish cable operators
Spanish mobile operator Yoigo, a subsidiary of Sweden’s TeliaSonera, is understood to be in negotiations with a number of fixed-line cable operators in the north of the country with regards to a possible partnership, reports Telegeography, citing local news source Expansion.