Operator Corner 2 - 11/05/08

Publié le par Jean Arnal

Verizon Business targets Middle East in opening an office in Dubai Internet City.

T-Mobile USA has officially launched its first 3G network in New York City.

Sprint Nextel is considering selling or spinning off its Nextel unit.

Qwest has switched to Verizon Wireless (from Sprint Nextel) as the network provider for its mobile services.

Alaska Communications will begin the construction of a fiber optic cable to link Anchorage and Oregon.

America Movil will sell the iPhone from Apple in a dozen Latin American countries.

America Movil has agreed to pay $480 m to keep its GSM licenses in Ecuador, and has paid $86m for a license in Panama.

Digicel (Jamaica) also won a cellular license in Panama for $86m.

TIM Brasil has launched 3G services in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo, while Brasil Telecom has launched its 3G service in 10 regional capitals.

Telefonica plans launching a new mobile banking service, targeting the 175m people in the LATAM region.

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