FASTTAKES: Pacnet, Vodafone Essar, ACMA, Dell, SingTel, Sony

Telecom Asia Staff
30 Jun 2009
00:00

Thailand may delay the allocation of 3G licenses until 2010, pushing back the launch of 3G services until late next year.

Pacnet says it will further expand its IP network infrastructure in China and offer value-added services under its IP-VPN license.

Vodafone Essar has extended its GSM network into seven new regions across India. The rollout was performed by NSN.

Webmasters could be fined up to A$11,000 a day for linking to sites which appear on Australian regulator ACMA\'s blacklist, under the communications minister\'s mandatory ISP-level filtering proposal.

Dell is developing a pocket-sized internet access device, WSJ Online has reported. The Android-based device is slightly larger than the iPod Touch and may go on sale in during the second half of 2009.

SingTel has signed up the 100,000th customer to its mio TV video on demand service, after just under a year of operation.

Sony is developing a combined cellphone-gaming console that could compete with the iPHone or iPod Touch, Reutersreports, quoting the Nikkei Business Daily.

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