FASTTAKES: Microsoft, Grameenphone, Tata Comm, AT&T, NTC

Telecom Asia Staff
03 Jul 2009
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Microsoft will display  results from Twitter on its new Bing search engine.

Bangladeshi operator Grameenphone - 60% owned by Telenor - has been given the go-ahead to launch an IPO, the company has announced

Tata Comm has been contracted to install and operate telepresence rooms in 10 Starwood hotels, initially in Australia and North America.

AT&T, BT and Tata Comm have conducted  the first international, inter-carrier, inter-company telepresence call using Cisco gear.

Thailand\'s National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) is considering  using a portion of unspent prepaid credit revenue to fund a public telecom service strategy.

Around three in four Australians are unaware of the amount they are charged to access voicemail services, according to a survey  commissioned by Virgin Mobile.

Shanxi Mobile has contracted  Alcatel-Lucent to upgrade 90% of its Home Location Register (HLR) network in the Shanxi region of China.

China Telecom will today issue a tender for 3.6 million EV-DO phones - China\'s largest 3G handset procurement to date, sina.com said.

NTT DoCoMo is to launch a mobile payments service  enabling consumers to send money to fellow subscribers.

 

Telecom Asia Staff

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