LONDON, April 20 (Reuters) - European shares edged higher early on Monday, led by the telecoms sector after Telenet's move to buy KPN's mobile telephony unit in Belgium.
Belgium's Telenet, a subsidiary of cable company Liberty Global, rose 6 percent after agreeing to acquire KPN's BASE Company for 1.325 billion euros ($1.43 billion), sending shares in the Dutch firm up 3 percent.
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