Ooredoo’s Mozaic Go adds over 700 titles to library (Qatar)

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Qatar operator Ooredoo announced that its Mozaic Go app has introduced over 700 new titles to its library, with the introduction of Mozaic TV’s On Demand Clubs. On Demand Clubs will enable Mozaic Go users unlimited access to TV shows, movies, documentaries, music, children’s entertainment and extreme sports action. Access to Mozaic Go is available free to all customers subscribing …

EditorOoredoo’s Mozaic Go adds over 700 titles to library (Qatar)

Viva Kuwait wins regulator’s approval for listing (Kenya)

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Viva Kuwait has received regulatory approval to list on the local stock exchange nearly 6¬†years after it completed an initial public offering, Reuters reported citing a statement to the bourse. The company did not say when it would join the exchange. Viva Kuwait raised KWD 25 million from selling half its shares to Kuwaiti nationals in an IPO in September …

EditorViva Kuwait wins regulator’s approval for listing (Kenya)

Iliad talks to private equity firms on T-Mobile bid – report

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French operator Iliad is talking to private-equity firms about teaming up to make an improved offer for T-Mobile US, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.¬†Iliad’s discussions with potential partners may accelerate after Deutsche Telekom indicated it’s willing to negotiate with a price of at least USD 35 a share. The German company hasn’t received a new proposal and there’s …

EditorIliad talks to private equity firms on T-Mobile bid – report

Vodafone Spain extends free Yomvi offer until 30 Sept

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Vodafone Spain has announced a 1-month extension to its promotion that offers free access to the Canal+ Yomvi platform or the Napster music streaming service for subscribers to its Red plans. Back in June, the operator launched a summer offer giving users 3 months’ free access to 3 different packages “Liga+, Canal Familiar or Napster Unlimited” when subscribing to a …

EditorVodafone Spain extends free Yomvi offer until 30 Sept

Vodafone Iceland Q2 net profit improves slightly

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According to Vodafone Iceland, that in the second quarter of 2014, total revenue rose to IRK 3.294 billion from IRK 3.257 billion a year earlier. EBITDA was IRK 671 million, down from IRK 732 and the net profit edged up to IRK 210 million from IRK 207 million.

EditorVodafone Iceland Q2 net profit improves slightly