FASTTAKES: Telenor, Nokia, PCCW, Optus, HCN, Banglalion, AT&T

Staff writer
26 Aug 2010
00:00

Telenor and Operahave signed a global agreement to allow operators in the Telenor group in Asia and Europe to use the mobile browser.

The Indian government plans to try again to sell off state-owned telecom equipment maker ITI, and is considering relaxing the restrictions on layoffs that kept bidders away during the first attempt.

The Wireless Power Consortium, backed by Nokia, Samsung, Intel, Duracell and others, will launch its first products by the end of the year. The group has developed the no-wire, interoperable recharging technology called Qi.

Australian regulator ACMA has chastisedOptus for failing to introduce barring of premium SMS services by the July 1 deadline. Optus has pledged to make barring available by October 11.

South Korean cable operator HCN has been cleared to list on the Korea Exchange.

PCCW has deployed a 42Mbps dual carrier HSPA+network with gear provided by Huawei.

Banglalion has launched Wimax services in Rangpur, Bangladesh. The company has already commenced operations in Dhaka, Chittagong, Sylhet, Rajshahi and Khulna.

AT&T has launched VoIP services for its VPN customers over its global network.

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