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Telefónicawatch Weekly: Spain continues stakebuilding; Group gets bogged down with brand legals

Spanish government brings itself level with CriteriaCaixa as Telefónica’s largest shareholder, increasing stake (through SEPI) to 5%. Elsewhere, Group gets to working through ‘huge’ DT brand dispute file dump; Virgin Media O2 taps Starlink for rural connectivity boost; Group seeks to keep closer watch on AI impact…

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BTwatch Report #352 - February 2024

Key stories include: Q3: no drama as Jansen exits | Kirkby enters the BT dugout | BT on the docket for class action | BT employs AI-assisted code | Openreach plays challenger in island duel

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Vodafonewatch Report #224 - February 2024

Key stories include: Della Valle optimistic despite setbacks | e& CEO joins Vodafone boardroom | Germany braced for MDU impact | Vodafone shuts down Iliad advances | Vodacom cross 200 million customers

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Deutsche Telekomwatch Report #132 - February 2024

Key stories include: DT nominates a BT rep for the times | MagentaTV revamped as TDE tools up | Fiber Factory under new management | Amdocs pick up Europe charging deals | Nokia gets in on US FWA action

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Telefónicawatch Report #180 - February 2024

Key stories include: Álvarez-Pallete takes the stage in Davos | Liberty eyes NetCo-ServeCo split again | Vivo and Winity walk away from network-share deal | Spanish copper lines to remain in action until 2026 | Movistar calls for pause to Chile’s 5G auction

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