Mobile operator strategies - 21/09/07

Publié le par Jean Arnal

Leap Wireless (USA) has rejected a merger proposal from MetroPCS.

Seven firms are in the final list of bidders for the second mobile license in Qatar.

MTS (Russia) plans to spend $430m to take control of Armenia-based operator VivaCell.

SK Telecom (S. Korea) has teamed up with Samsung Electronics to promote a W-CDMA-based 3G service.

Warid Telecom is ready to launch GSM service in Uganda.

According to Vodafone, it is not liable to pay any tax to the Indian government on its recent takeover of Hutchison Essar.

While T-Mobile UK is in talks with 3 UK over 3G network sharing, Orange has formed a joint-venture with Vodafone to share their mobile phone infrastructure in the U.K, and particularly masts.

Sprint Nextel has launched a fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) solution using a femtocell system called the Airave.

Telekom Austria announced the launch of GSM services in Macedonia through its local unit Vip.

ATT will sell WiFi Blackberry for $300 with a two-year contract.

Orange UK has launched a triple-play package and prepares for TV launch.

Switzerland could launch a new 3G license tender.

Pour être informé des derniers articles, inscrivez vous :

Commenter cet article