FASTTAKES: China Unicom, Ericsson, NTT DoCoMo, SingTel, Microsoft

Staff writer
10 Nov 2010

China Unicom has launched WoStore - its multi-platform, multi-device app store - which has been built on a platform supplied by vendor ZTE.

Ericsson has won a managed services contract with China Unicom in Anhui province – its largest services contract with the Chinese operator.

Mobile number portability will start in Thailand on December 15.

NTT DoCoMo, Sharp and Fujitsu have unveiled Symbian-based phones at the SEE 2010 Symbian trade show.

SingTel will sell the Samsung Galaxy Tab at prices ranging from S$538 ($425) on a S$39 per month plan to free on a contract worth S$95 per month.

Microsoft has escalated its legal battle with Motorola, accusing the vendor of overcharging for royalties on technology used in the Xbox.

Verizon has appointed Bob Toohey, previously the head of consumer and business wireline operations, as president of its global enterprise unit.

The number of APAC mobile video users will hit 59 million by end-2010, according to Pyramid Research. It predicts the market will be worth $31 billion by 2015.

Telecom NZ has debuted a capped roaming plan for customers visiting Australia, the US and the UK.

BT has opened a technology showcase center in Beijing.

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