ZTE bags $281m CDMA deal in China

Staff writer
Daily News

China Telecom has handed ZTE a contract worth $281.5 million for the largest share in its 2012 CDMA Purchase Project.

ZTE will provide its Uni-Ran solution and relevant services in over 220 cities of 27 provinces across China.

Through this project, ZTE will gain a cumulative share of 43.5% of China Telecom’s CDMA network.

According to a report released by consulting firm IDC, ZTE remained the world’s top CDMA supplier at the end of 2011 with of 32.6% worldwide market share.

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