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Global Communication Services Holdings Limited (GCSHL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysian telecom company, Maxis Communications, has applied to the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) to increase ...
BSNL recently awarded a contract to the public sector equipment vendor, ITI Limited, to upgrade 18 billion GSM lines in the coun- try. BSNL recently awarded a contract to the public sector equipment ...
LG Electronics has supplied over 3.8 million CDMA-based fixed wire- less phones (FWPs) in the country in 2005, making India the largest consumer of this particular instrument in the world. LG Electronics ...
Low entry barriers and low tariffs offered by FWP operators proved to be the incentives. Low entry barriers and low tariffs offered by FWP operators proved to be the incentives. India is closely followed ...
Sony Ericsson has said that its distribution partners Ingram and Salona will focus on retailing in small cities and towns across India to meet its expansion plans. Sony Ericsson has said that its distribution ...
31. India catches up with China
News - February 15, 2006
The Indian cellular sector has caught up with its Chinese counterpart in terms of mobile subscriptions for the month of December 2005. The Indian cellular sector has caught up with its Chinese counterpart ...
Vodafone has hinted that its board may consider selling its 45 per cent stake in US operator Verizon Wireless.  Vodafone has hinted that its board may consider selling its 45 per cent stake in ...
The Vodafone Group has announced that its organic net subscriber additions have increased by 30 per cent to 7.1 million for the quarter ended December 2005 over the previous year, bringing the operator's ...
Cingular Wireless has reported fourth-quarter profits of $204 million as against a loss of $495 million after incorporating the cost of writing down the value of network assets in the pre- vious year for ...
Quarterly profit at LG Electronics, the world's fourth largest mobile phone maker, nearly doubled to Won 312.2 billion ($320 million) in the October-December 2005 period, compared to Won 163.4 billion ...
SK Telecom (SKT), South Korea's largest wireless operator, reported a 25 per cent jump in 2005 profits to $1.88 billion, dri- ven by higher sales of wireless data services and lower marketing costs. SK ...
China will soon begin building a national network for 3G mobile phones based on a home-grown standard. This is expected to bring the government closer to issuing the long-awaited licences for the new China ...
Telenor has announced that less than 11 months after launching mobile services in Pakistan, Telenor Pakistan now has more than 2 million customers. Telenor has announced that less than 11 months after ...
Verizon Wireless has announced record net subscriber additions of 2 million for the three months ended December 2005, and over 7.5 million net additions for the whole year, bringing its customer base ...
The Supreme Court of Nepal has reportedly allowed state-owned Nepal Telecom to operate its CDMA-based basic telephone lines. The Supreme Court of Nepal has reportedly allowed state-owned Nepal Telecom ...
41. KDDI reports an increase in net income
News - February 15, 2006
KDDI, the second largest Japanese operator, has reported that net income for the nine months to end-December 2005 increased by 2.5 per cent over the same period the previous year to Y158 billion ($1.3 ...
Lucent Technologies has declared that orders in the US and overseas had both declined for the quarter ended December 31, 2005. Lucent Technologies has declared that orders in the US and over seas had ...
Qualcomm has registered a 25 per cent increase in revenues in the final quarter ended December 31, 2005. Qualcomm has registered a 25 per cent increase in revenues in the final quarter ended December ...
Seven telecommunications companies in Indonesia have submitted applications to participate in the government's forthcoming tender for 3G mobile phone licences. Seven telecommunications companies in ...
Ericsson has declared that sales in the three months to the end of December 2005 rose by 16 per cent to SKr45.7 billion ($6 billion), against SKr39.4 billion for the same period in 2004. Ericsson ...
The China Unicom Group, China's number two mobile phone network operator, plans to invest 15.1 billion yuan in mobile networks in 2006. The China Unicom Group, China's number two mobile phone network ...
China Netcom has confirmed that its Wi-Fi dual-mode mobile phone tests have been approved by the Ministry of Information Industry of China. China Netcom has confirmed that its Wi-Fi dual-mode mobile ...
Asia Netcom, the wholly owned subsidiary of China Netcom, has selected Lucent Technologies to supply a next-generation optical communications platform to upgrade its pan-Asian submarine network, known ...
The number of mobile phone subscribers in China is expected to reach 440 million in 2006 with 48 million expected to be added during the year, according to a forecast by the government's Ministry of Information ...
Middle East telecom services provider Mobile Telecommu- nications Company (MTC) has reached the 15 million cus- tomer mark due to faster-than-expected growth by its key subsidiary, Celtel, in Africa. Middle ...
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