FASTTAKES: Uninor, Cisco, KT, MTNL, SSTL, SK Telecom

Staff writer
13 Jan 2010


Telenor-backed Indian mobile operator Uninor has signed up 1.2 million GSM customers in its first month.


Swisscom has ordered Cisco’s ASR-9000 edge router to support its FTTH rollout, Cisco has announced


Korean cellco KT reportedly plans to launch the new iPhone 3GS device as soon as April.


MTNL chairman and MD R. S. P. Sinha has confirmed his resignation from the financially troubled state-run telco.


The Russian government has reportedly delayed its plans to buy a 20% stake in Indian start-up Sistema Shyam Teleservices (SSTL) for 30.5 billion rupee ($670.8 million).


SK Telecom said it will close its office in Hanoi, Vietnam at the end of this month, following its decision to terminate its investment in local CDMA venture S-Fone.


Philippines regulator NTC plans to investigate how the country’s mobile networks perform on a national basis, rather than restricting the quality of service review to Metro Manila only.


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