FASTTAKES: Huawei, MTNL, Mobilink, ITU

Staff writer
17 May 2010
Daily News

The Indian government wants Chinese vendors Huawei Technologies and ZTE to disclose ownership status within four weeks, said the WSJ.

MTNL has canned plans to outsource the management of its 3G network on the back of stronger 3G sales, said Economic Times. Virgin Mobile and the Spice Group were shortlisted for the contract.

Pakistani cellco Mobilink has posted 20% higher ebitda of PKR 9 billion ($106.8m) on 10.5% higher revenue of PKR 23.1 billion.

LG Electronics has released its first Android phone, the Ally, in the US in partnership with Verizon Wireless.

M1 has partnered with security service provider Chubb to offer a secure wireless protection solution for homes, offices and shops.

The ITU has formed a Focus Group to help develop an ecosystem for cloud computing.

Thailand’s NTC has called on mobile operators to charge the same rates for on-net and off-net calls, reports the Bangkok Post.

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