Liberty Global CEO Mike FriesLiberty Global’s plan to roll out a more advanced mobile product in many markets in Europe later this year will allow it to meet demand from a number of its customers for a single bundle from one provider, according to Mike Fries, president and CEO of Liberty Global.“It’s really a complementary product to our core fixed products and allows us to satisfy certain of our consumers’ needs who want a bundled product…from one provider,” he told DTVE in a video interview at Cable Congress this week.“We’ve had great success in Belgium and Chile [with mobile] and have a million mobile customers today and Virgin Media has three million mobile customers. Together we’ve got a strong experience base to inch our way into the mobile business cost-effectively and productively and give those consumers who want it a broader experience than us.”Addressing questions about the rationale for Liberty Global’s acquisition of Virgin Media, Fries said there were both revenue and cost synergies between Liberty Global and Virgin Media, as both buy equipment and content from the same companies.“We’re in the same business, so I think the synergies are potentially large, and the revenue synergies are large too because they can learn from us and we can learn from them,” said Fries. “We’re in the business of building scale and being more efficient with our balance sheet. There are lots of opportunities there. There are benefits of being bigger, including dealing with regulators,” he said.He said Liberty Global could benefit from Virgin Media’s experience in business-to-business services and from its wireless experience.
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SAINTS travel to Huddersfield on Sunday in the Fourth Round of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup.The Giants are seeking their first home Challenge Cup victory against the Saints since 1954 – and first ever at the John Smith’s Stadium.St Helens have emerged victorious from Cup visits to Huddersfield on three successive occasions since then.The Giants have won their last three home Super League fixtures against the Saints however – last tasting league defeat against Sunday’s opponents on 28 March, 2010 (24-6).Previous Challenge Cup Meetings:2009 (Semi-Final) Huddersfield 24 St Helens 14 (at Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington)2006 (FINAL) Huddersfield 12 St Helens 42 (at Twickenham)2005 (Round 4) Huddersfield 22 St Helens 262004 (Semi-Final) Huddersfield 6 St Helens 46 (at Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington)2001 (Quarter Final) St Helens 54 Huddersfield 161994 (Round 4) Huddersfield 16 St Helens 231981 (Round 1) Huddersfield 8 St Helens 101978 (Quarter Final) St Helens 31 Huddersfield 51972 (Round 2) St Helens 32 Huddersfield 91968 (Round 1) St Helens 0 Huddersfield 51962 (Round 2) St Helens 2 Huddersfield 131954 (Round 2) Huddersfield 12 St Helens 51953 (FINAL) Huddersfield 15 St Helens 10 (at Wembley Stadium)1937 (Round 1) St Helens 4 Huddersfield 111924 (Round 2) Huddersfield 24 St Helens 131915 (FINAL) Huddersfield 37 St Helens 3 (at Watersheddings, Oldham)1913 (Round 1) St Helens 0 Huddersfield 19Last Meeting:Huddersfield 25 St Helens 16 (SLR17, 3/6/13)Career Milestones:Paul Wellens needs one point to reach 1,000 for his career.He’s scored 953 points (218 tries, 40 goals, 1 field goal) for St Helens since 1998.He has also scored points for Great Britain (18 – 4 tries, 1 goal), England (16 – 4 tries) and Lancashire (12 – 3 tries).Challenge Cup Milestones:(Super League players reaching significant figures in Challenge Cup games only)Paul Wellens – 10 points away from 150 (140 for St Helens, 2001-2002, 2004-2007 & 2009-2013)Try-Scoring Runs:Tommy Makinson (1-2-1-2) has scored tries in their Saints’ last four games.Winning Runs:Saints and Leigh share the longest winning streak in the game, having both won their first seven matches of 2014.Consecutive Appearances:Castleford’s Craig Huby has the longest run of consecutive appearances amongst Super League players, with 52. He last missed a Tigers game on 9 April, 2012 – an 18-12 home defeat to St Helens. His streak then started on 14 April, 2012 – a 23-16 Challenge Cup defeat at Featherstone.1 Craig Huby (Castleford Tigers) 522 Danny Houghton (Hull FC) 473 Josh Jones (St Helens) 414 Daryl Clark (Castleford Tigers) 375 Danny Addy (Bradford Bulls) 36First Utility Super League Leading Scorers:Tries:1 Tommy Makinson (St Helens) 82 = Justin Carney (Castleford Tigers) 7Kevin Brown (Widnes Vikings) 74 = Jermaine McGillvary (Huddersfield Giants) 6Omari Caro (Hull Kingston Rovers) 6Goals:1 Luke Walsh (St Helens) 282 = Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) 25Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 254 = Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 22Danny Tickle (Widnes Vikings) 22Goals Percentage:1 Marc Sneyd (Castleford Tigers) 90.90 (20/22)2 Luke Walsh (St Helens) 90.32 (28/31)3 Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 89.28 (25/28)4 Danny Tickle (Widnes Vikings) 84.61 (22/26)5 Jamie Foster (Bradford Bulls) 83.33 (15/18)Points:1 Luke Walsh (St Helens) 642 = Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) 54Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 544 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 525 Danny Tickle (Widnes Vikings) 486 Marc Sneyd (Castleford Tigers) 457 Matty Smith (Wigan Warriors) 418 Tom Makinson (St Helens) 38Cup Draw:Rugby League Hall of Fame members Alex Murphy and Garry Schofield will conduct the draw for the fifth round of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup live on BBC2 on Sunday (April 6).The 16 winners from this weekend’s fourth round ties will go into the draw, which takes place between 4.00pm and 4.30pm following the conclusion of the televised tie, Huddersfield Giants v St Helens.The fifth round ties will be played over the weekend of April 26 and 27 with one tie screened live on BBC1 on Saturday April 26 (2.30pm)
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