Telenor Norway has been deemed the world's fastest mobile network, with consumers able to download with speeds of 72.05MBps.
Belgium is one of Europe's most competitive markets for network quality, as a new metrics report found nothing to separate operators in more than half the categories.
Swisscom and EE have been deemed the best networks in Switzerland and the UK, in two separate tests of market performance.
Vivacom has launched voice over LTE and Wi-Fi calling in Bulgaria by deploying a fast-track Ericsson solution.
Spain is Europe's best country for gigabit internet, new research has claimed, as 301 million people across 49 countries now have access to the service.
3 Denmark has boosted network capacity at the country's recent Roskilde Festival by deploying a Huawei radio solution to alleviate congestion.
Turkcell has boosted capacity and data performance in one of Turkey's biggest arenas after implementing new RAN technology.
Telefónica Deutschland is looking to the next stage of merging the O2 and E-Plus networks after completing integration in several major German cities and rural parts of the country.
Facebook is shuttering its Aquila project, bringing its attempts to build drone-powered connectivity solutions to an end after four years.
Vodafone Germany has extended its LTE network coverage to a further 350,000 people, after switching on 120 new base stations in the last four weeks.
T-Mobile Polska announced late last week that it has met the coverage obligations attached to its LTE spectrum licences.
Norway's Ice has signed an LTE network agreement with Nokia that it says will help it to drive a higher proportion of on-net traffic and pave the way for 5G rollout.
Orange has launched a commercial pilot of LTE-M technology in four Polish cities, including the capital, and has invited interested parties to apply to take part.
Telenor has rolled out voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) technology in Bulgaria, offering services to a select number of customers.
Wind Tre has installed new 4G equipment in a newly-built restaurant area in the central Italian town of Amatrice, which was hit by a major earthquake almost two years ago.
BT has launched a new service for enterprises offering LTE fallback if a workplace's broadband network fails.
MTS has debuted the first commercial Gigabit LTE network using licensed assisted access technology in eastern Europe.
EE is testing a "hybrid broadband" technology combining a fixed line network with LTE so cellular can take over in the event of a fault or poor performance.
Tele2 and Telia are working together to phase out their joint 3G network in Sweden, with plans to use the spectrum to bolster their respective LTE frequencies.
Telefónica’s O2 has launched its first 4G services in the spectrum it acquired from last week’s auction and announced a new agreement to roll out small cells in the UK’s capital.
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