|Bid||2.810 x 0|
|Ask||2.820 x 0|
|Day's Range||2.810 - 2.830|
|52 Week Range||2.260 - 3.500|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||2.84|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.08 (3.06%)|
|1y Target Est||3.00|
Telefonica's O2 won the biggest chunk of new British mobile airwaves in an auction that raised 1.36 billion pounds($1.9 billion) for the government, regulator Ofcom said. All four of Britain's networks secured new airwaves for next generation 5G services, Ofcom said on Thursday, but O2 also won blocks of 2.3 Ghz airwaves that can be deployed immediately to boost capacity for 4G services. Telefonica, which ranks second to BT's EE in Britain, won two 40 Mhz tranches at a cost of nearly 524 million pounds, Ofcom said.
AMSTERDAM/LONDON, March 27 (Reuters) - Veon Chief Executive Jean-Yves Charlier resigned on Tuesday after three years during which he led the company through a period of upheaval and repositioned the telecom operator to become a new internet services provider. Charlier's duties will be temporarily assumed by Veon's new chairwoman, Ursula Burns, who formerly headed Xerox and was the first African-American woman to head a Fortune 500 company. Charlier steered the formerly Russian-based company known as Vimpelcom through tough financial times and a name change to Veon following a bribery scandal in Uzbekistan that was settled with Dutch and American authorities in 2016 for $795 million.
Hutchison Telecom's British mobile operator Three UK said on Friday its customer base had risen 10 percent to more than 10 million subscribers, helping its full-year revenue rise 7 percent to 2.43 billion pounds ($3.4 billion). Three trails EE (BT.L), Telefonica's O2 (TEF.MC) and Vodafone (VOD.L) in terms of customer numbers, but it said its network carries nearly a third of country's mobile data traffic thanks to its popularity with heavy data users. It said data per customer grew by 7 percent to 6.8GB a month, over 3.5 times the level of data used by the average UK consumer.
Feb 26 (Reuters) - Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings Ltd: * FY PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS AMOUNTED TO HK$4,766 MILLION, AN INCREASE OF 599% * FINAL DIVIDEND PER SHARE IS 4.55 ...
Britain saw off legal challenges on Wednesday from the biggest and smallest mobile networks that threatened to delay an auction of airwaves needed to meet fast-growing demand for mobile data. In a bid to maintain competition, regulator Ofcom has set caps on how much spectrum individual operators can buy in an auction that will increase by almost a third the airwaves available to support mobile devices. The auction is key for the country's operators, which also include Vodafone (VOD.L) and Telefonica's O2 (TEF.MC), because the airwaves they control largely determine the quality of the service they can provide as customers demand faster connections.