Orange links with African banks to expand mobile money services: Orange has agreed partnerships with African banks to expand its mobile money services across the region to try to match the popularity of Vodafone’s M-Pesa.
Operators in talks to acquire Phones 4U: Two of the mobile operators that contributed to the demise of Phones 4U by withdrawing their business in the past few weeks are in talks with the administrator to buy parts of the company. EE and Vodafone have each spoken separately to the administrator about acquiring elements of Phone 4U’s business, including some of the stores, staff and stock across the UK. (Financial Times)
''America Movil SAB has contacted potential suitors including AT&T and SoftBank as it prepares to sell assets along the east coast of Mexico that could fetch as much as $17.5 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said. The company is also pitching the sale to BCE Inc.’s Bell Canada and China Mobile, according to one of the people. The sale will include America Movil’s infrastructure in a strip of states from north to south along Mexico’s eastern coast, said two people, who asked not to be identified because the process is private." (Bloomberg)
just had another tel call from company(BENSON CHICAGO) asking me to fill in a form so that they can sell my special shares(which i am not aware of) for£ 8-15 so that their client can obtain 51% of vod. has anyone else out there received any such call
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