Operator Corner (2) - 07/10/08

Publié le par Jean Arnal

China Telecom has completed the purchase of China Unicom CDMA network.

PLDT and 3 Italia have signed a MVNO deal for providing telecom services to Indonesian in Italy.

DoCoMo will introduce RIM' s BlackBerry Bold in Japan.

DTAC is delaying its 3G network launch, finding not enough demand for mobile data services.

AIS (Thailand) also delayed spending on 3G for the same reasons.

Vodafone NZ has entered into a network sharing deal with NZ Communications.


FT seems planning a major upgrade of its fixed broadband backhaul network in several European markets, including France and the UK.

Orange launches a new home media storage system, the Home Library, with 500 Go capability of data storage and access.

T-Mobil Germany had lost in 2006 personal data of 17m customers.

T-Mobile UK is planning to shut down up to 5,000 of its base stations after its network sharing deal with 3UK.

Moldcell (Moldovia) has launched its 3G service, but question remains if it got a license.

MTN (S. Africa) has bought a landline operator (Arobase Telecom) and an Internet service provider (Afnet) in Ivory Coast.

SFR (France) withdraws the brand Neuf Cegetel, and unveils a new strategy: a global offer under a single brand SFR.

HT Mostar, BH Telecom and Telkom Srpske (all three in Bosnia and Herzegovina ) will launch 3G services by year-end.

Zon Mobile ( a MVNO in Portugal using Vodafone network) will debut service at the end of this month.

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