Tele2's Croatia subsidiary has launched an LTE network covering 90 percent of the population, as its Lithuanian arm secured spectrum in a recent auction.
Freemium MVNO FreedomPop has launched a roaming hotspot for its UK and US customers, allowing them to access 200MB of data each month for free in 25 countries.
Mobile Europe has launched its search for the CTO of the Year 2016, which rewards the sharpest technology exec at a European mobile operator.
Telenor Denmark is deploying 660 LTE transmitters this year as it looks to improve connectivity across main transport routes and rural areas.
Nokia Networks has helped Ooredoo Qatar to commercially launch three-band carrier aggregation, offering customers data speeds of up to 375MBps.
Turkcell has demonstrated speeds of 1.2GBps by aggregating five carriers in a test with Huawei, as the Turkish market moves closer to launching 4G services.
NetCom has hit speeds of 1GBps on its live network through quad-carrier aggregation, the Teliasonera Norway subsidiary has said.
Swisscom has become the first operator to deploy Ericsson's Network Manager on its live network, which it said would help support improved performance and lower costs.
Telenor and Teliasonera were the winners of the Norwegian spectrum auction, netting the public coffers 877 million Noregian Krone (€94.4 million).
Ofcom has postponed its upcoming auction of 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz spectrum in the UK following threat of legal action from the owners of O2 and Three UK.
Telefónica Deutschland will begin consolidating the networks of O2 and E-Plus in Germany next year, as it looks to improve coverage in densely-populated areas.
Cosmote has hit speeds of 500MBps through carrier aggregation, in its second LTE-Advanced demonstration this week.
Greek operator Cosmote has demonstrated three carrier FDD/TDD aggregation with the help of Nokia Networks, in what the companies claimed was a "world's first".
Ericsson has helped Australian operator Telstra hit speeds of almost 1GBps across the "world's first" five carrier LTE-A demonstration on a live network.
Mobile Europe has launched its 2015/2016 survey, which aims to uncover what the key technology priorities have been for operators in 2015 and what they expect from the year ahead.
Vodafone Netherlands and Ericsson have conducted a live trial of LTE carrier aggregation (CA) using both licensed and unlicensed bands.
On 1 April next year, the gun will finally be fired on Turkey's 4G-era and Turkcell is aiming to take a leading role by launching with an LTE-Advanced network.
Tele2 is launching LTE-Advanced in the Netherlands as it continues to prioritise its 4G rollout.
Nokia will trial Artemis Networks’s pCell tech with mobile operators as part of a new partnership between the two companies.
Alphabet's Project Loon service will launch in Indonesia next year, with the aim of bringing 100 million citizens LTE connectivity in the coming years.
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