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Japan-based telecom operator NTT's regional fixed line units NTT East and NTT West are planning a capex of $8.9 billion for 2009-10. Together, the companies aim to add 2.5 million users to their Japan-based ...
Taiwan's top three telecom service providers have decided to cut their 2009 capex so that they can have a higher cash reserve amidst the ongoing financial crisis. Chunghwa Telecom plans to spend $882 Taiwan's ...
China's ZTE Corporation is partnering with Thailand's state-run operator CAT Telecom to build a fibre optic backbone network across Thailand. According to the contract signed between the two China's ...
Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) has won a contract for network equipment worth $1.11 billion from China Mobile and China Unicom for 2G and 3G services. Under the agreement, NSN will roll out W-CDMA Nokia ...
Qtel has paid $810 million to secure majority stake (65 per cent) in Indonesia's second largest telecom operator, PT Indosat. Qtel already had 40.8 per cent stake in PT Indosat, and has acquired a Qtel ...
AT &T is planning to invest an amount of $1 billion in 2009 to continue building its global network while driving new telecom services and network-based applications for businesses. The company has ...
Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson has signed a three-year frame agreement with Indonesian mobile operator Telkomsel to supply, deploy and integrate GSM/EDGE and WCDMA/HSPA radio access Swedish ...
South Africa-based cellular group MTN has completed its purchase of Verizon Business South Africa and has renamed the corporate communications provider as MTN Business. The firm, which offers data South ...
Surkcell, Turkey's largest mobile operator by subscribers, is seeking a $750 million loan to help fund the expansion of its infrastructure in the domestic market as well as finance a bid for Surkcell, ...
Indonesia-based telecom operator PT Telkom has awarded a $200 million contract to Russia's ISS-Reshetnev for the supply of a new telecommunications satellite. Under the deal, ISS-Reshetnev will build Indonesia-based ...
China Telecom's subsidiary Beijing Telecom's new CDMA2000 1x EV-DO network in the capital is nearly ready for commercial use. As a promotional offer, the company is providing free internet access China ...
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has issued new subscriber verification regulations aimed at registration and maintenance of subscriber data through proper documentation and The Pakistan ...
Nortel Networks is reportedly in talks to sell off two of its key business units. Nortel, which filed for Chapter 11 bankrupt- cy protection in January 2009, has received interest from com- petitors Nortel ...
89. Calling for Quality - Operators oppose TRAI QoS proposal
Trends and Developments - March 15, 2009
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (TRAI) proposal to introduce special quality of service (QoS) guidelines for mobile services has not found favour amongst tele- com operators. The opera- The ...
90. 3G Headstart - BSNL launches services
Trends and Developments - March 15, 2009
Following closely in the footsteps of Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL), which launched 3G services in Delhi in December 2008, the other state- run telecom operator, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Following ...
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