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Arqiva, Samsung launch 5G fixed-wireless field trial

2017-07-26 09:43:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Communications infrastructure provider Arqiva and Samsung have launched a field trial of 5G fixed wireless access technology in central London. This is the first field trial of the technology in the UK and Europe and is powered by Samsung's 5G network platform and customer premise equipment, and Arqiva's 28 GHz millimetre wave spectrum. The main aim of the trial is to demonstrate the stability of the technology and its potential as a cost-effective alternative to fibre connectivity. 


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Telefonica Deutschland slows sales drop, OIBDA accelerates in Q2

2017-07-26 08:44:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Telefonica Deutschland slowed its drop in revenues to 3.4 percent in the second quarter, for a total EUR 1.77 billion, while growth in adjusted EBITDA accelerated to 5 percent, to EUR 472 million. The OIBDA margin improved 2 percentage points to 26.7 percent, driven by cost savings. The company said it reduced costs by EUR 40 million in the quarter.


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AT&T returns to profit growth in Q2

2017-07-26 08:20:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) AT&T reported higher profits for the second quarter, as lower costs helped offset falling sales in its legacy fixed and consumer mobile activities. Revenues fell 1.8 percent to USD 39.8 billion, while operating profit improved to USD 7.3 billion from USD 6.6 billion a year ago, thanks to reductions in operating costs. The adjusted operating margin, which excludes merger-related costs and other one-time items, rose by 150 basis points year-on-year to 21.6 percent. 

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KPN posts higher EBITDA despite 2.7% fall in Q2 revenue

2017-07-26 08:05:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Dutch operator KPN reported revenues of EUR 1.63 billion for the second quarter, down 2.7 percent from a year earlier. EBITDA was still up 1.4 percent to EUR 587 million, better than expected and giving an adjusted margin of 41.0 percent. Capex fell 24 percent to EUR 238 million, helping operating cash flow (EBITDA minus capex) increase to EUR 363 million. Net profit improved to EUR 191 million from EUR 162 million a year earlier.

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Bharti Airtel revenue drop accelerates to 14% in June quarter

2017-07-25 14:02:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Bharti Airtel reported another drop in quarterly results, as India's largest mobile operator suffered from tough competition at home and the currency devaluation in Nigeria.

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