FASTTAKES: RIM, Telecom NZ, M1, DiGi, Palm

Telecom Asia Staff
29 May 2009
00:00

RIM CEO Mike Lazaridis says the company did not plan to shift its focus from executives to consumers, but found itself "literally pulled into the consumer space."

Telecom NZ\'s new XT Mobile network launches today with new post-paid plans.

India\'s CDMA subscriber base has passed 100 million, making it the second largest CDMA market in the world, CDGsaid.

Singaporean operator M1 has launched new data plans - introducing a maximum usage charge capped at S$36.38 ($25.03) - aiming to prevent "bill shock" among its consumers

Nokia Siemens will expand Malaysian operator DiGi\'s 2G network into the Klang Valley region. The upgrade is due for completion in November.

US operator Verizon will addPalm\'s Pre to its handset lineup within the next six months.

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