FASTTAKES: T-Mobile, Telstra, Huawei, Alca-Lu

FASTTAKES: T-Mobile, Telstra, Huawei, Alca-Lu

Staff writer  |   January 21, 2011
telecomasia.net
Indian police have arrested three Huawei employees they say had strayed into Indian territory while installing base stations in Nepal, in the latest sign of tension between the state and the Chinese vendor.
 
China's mobile subscriber base reached just shy of 842 million in December, with China Mobile hitting 584 million, Unicom 167.4 million and Telecom 90.5 million.
 
Telstra has appealed against an Australian court ruling that its Sensis telephone directory databases are not protected by copyright law, and by implication that competitors are free to use the information.
 
Alcatel-Lucent has been contracted by Kazakhtelecom to deploy the first GPON network in Kazakhstan capital Astana.
 
T-Mobile USA is aiming to boost its sales by $3 billion by 2014, and is considering partnering up as a means to shore up its supply of 4G spectrum.
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