FASTTAKES: Verizon, Samsung, Maxis, Trai, TIO

Staff writer
06 Dec 2010
00:00

VerizonWireless yesterday launched its LTE network, with an initial coverage of 38 metropolitan areas.

Samsung group chairman Lee Kun-Hee has appointed his son Lee Jae-yong as president of Samsung Electronics.

Maxis, a member of the Bridge roaming alliance, has launched a flat rate data roaming plan starting from 33 ringgit ($10.50) per day.

The Indian operators who acquired spectrum licenses through the controversial 2008 allocation have less than 50% of active customers on their networks, regulator Trai claims.

Complaints to Australia's Telecom Industry Ombudsman (TIO) fell 5% during the year ending in June, but the agency said they remain unacceptably high.

The Asia-Pacific (ex-Japan) IT services market will grow 9.4% year-on-year growth in 2011, largely driven by outsourcing and project-oriented services, as well as uptake of cloud services, IDC said.

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