Monday, 17 September 2012

Monday Telecom Headlines: 17 September

  • Mobile operators see costs now, gains later from new iPhone 
  • Chinese vendors face skeptical US lawmakers
  • BT revenues will continue to fall, but outlook positive 
  • Swisscom names new CFO
  • Italy's antitrust watchdog launches telco probe

** CATCH UP ON THE REST OF THE WEEK'S NEWS WITH THE FRIDAY REVIEW **

Mobile operators see costs now, gains later from new iPhone
Analyst cuts Q3 earnings estimates for AT&T, Sprint, Verizon to reflect higher subsidy costs.
http://goo.gl/1kJBF

Chinese vendors face skeptical US lawmakers
Huawei, ZTE head to Washington to dispute suggestions that U.S. expansion represents national security threat.
http://goo.gl/zbtza

BT revenues will continue to fall, but outlook positive
Ratings firm upgrades U.K. incumbent's outlook thanks to solid operating performance and strong free cash flow generation.
http://goo.gl/ASqAC

Swisscom names new CFO
Mario Rossi to replace Ueli Dietiker as telco overhauls senior management in bid to shore up domestic business.
http://goo.gl/KjqRz

Italy's antitrust watchdog launches telco probe
Regulator investigating whether Vodafone, Wind, Telecom Italia agreed to block Bip from market.
http://goo.gl/vtulj

Friday Review: Particle physics
U.K. mobile operator goes dotty with rebranding exercise as iPhone 5 grabs the world's attention.
http://goo.gl/e3RnP

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