Special report: A look at Europe's white-hot fixed-mobile convergence market

Mobile operators such as Vodafone, Telekom Austria and Orange have been buying up or eyeing up cable- and fixed-network assets in markets across Europe as they seek to bolster their mobile businesses to better compete in individual markets--especially where incumbent operators, such as Belgacom and Telefonica's Movistar, already offer strong multiplay propositions. On the flipside, cable and fixed operators are also adding mobile and wireless services to their triple-play offerings of voice, TV and broadband services. The landscape is changing, and the barriers between fixed and mobile services are breaking down in Europe. FierceWireless:Europe has a full special report on this issue here.

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