Liberty Global has big mobile plans for Europe

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Liberty Global(s lbtya), the largest cable company outside China and a voracious acquirer of European cable firms, is reportedly planning to launch a more mobile assault on the continent. Liberty SVP Manuel Kohnstamm told Bloomberg that John Malone’s company wants to create a “pan-European” mobile network based on mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) deals — in other words, it will resell actual network operators’ connectivity on a country-to-country basis, with the same unified billing system and back-end that supports Liberty’s fixed-line efforts. This “deep MVNO” network will begin in the U.K., the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria. Kohnstamm also said Liberty was still looking out for likely acquisition targets.

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Frank Nurock

One of Bloomberg’s reports suggests the Liberty Global aims to create a pan-European mobile virtual network operator system to supply mobile phone services.

Thanks for the brief David

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