Articles tagged with: Landline and CDMA

China Telecom Q1 Profits Down 27%

China Telecom has reported a first quarter profit of RMB 4.7 billion (US$686 million), a 27% drop from the RMB 6.47 billion a year earlier. more

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Philippines Regulator Defies Court Ban - Consults on Remaining 3G License

The Philippines telecoms regulator, the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) has gone ahead with a public consulation on plans to award a fifth 3G license - despite a court order forbidding the award of the license. more

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Rwandan Operator Signs up 120,000 Customers in Three Weeks

Rwandan mobile operator, Rwandatel says that it signed up 120,000 new subscribers in the three weeks since it switched on its 3G and GSM network. more

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Court Blocks Philippines 3G License Award

The Philippines telecoms regulator, the NTC has been ordered by a court of appeals to stop awarding 3G licenses. The ruling comes from an appeal filed by Bayan Telecommunications which had lost an earlier application for a 3G license. more

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Rwanda mobile operator launches GSM, 3G network

Rwanda's oldest telecommunication operator, Rwandatel, Friday launched the GSM and 3G network for its mobile telephone, replacing its CDMA platform, as it prepares for a cut-throat competition with MTN Rwanda, its main challenger. more

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Qualcomm Shows Off Rural Mobile PC Base

Qualcomm has launched an alternative PC - which it aims to make available for rural and emerging markets where landline access to the internet is not available.  more

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France Telecom Hits it Off with Ugandan Discussions

France Telecom has taken over the national GSM license held by Hits Telecom Uganda and said that it plans to launch a new joint venture company operating under the Orange brand in the coming months. more

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Ugandan CDMA Operator on Target for December Launch

Uganda based CDMA operator, I-Tel expects to launch its network in December and aims to offer tariffs comparable to landline prices.  more

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China to Allocate Additional Spectrum to 3G Networks

It has been reported that China is planning to allocate additional radio spectrum to the homegrown 3G service, by taking it from the low-cost XiaoLingTong local area wireless service. more

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China Unicom Starts 3G Trial

China Unicom is reported to have started a trial WCDMA based network in Baoding City in northern China's Hebei Province. more

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