Cellular-News for Tuesday 4th October 2005

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PrePay Registration Commences in Malaysia
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Following a decree from the Malaysian government requiring all PrePay phone users to register their handsets, prepaid mobile users in Penang and Malacca became the first in the country to be registered. The campaign was ...

HSDPA Due in South Korea Next Year

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South Korea's SK Telecom has selected LG Electronics (LGE) and Nortel to deploy HSDPA and WCDMA platforms in the country. Nortel will provide the HSDPA infrastructure, while LGE will provide the UMTS core network....

Flash Memory in Casio Cellphones

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Spansion, the Flash memory venture of AMD and Fujitsu has announced that Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications has developed two new cellular handsets with 512 Mb NOR Flash memory, which uses stacked versions of Spansion's...

Tap into Tech-Savvy Female Market for Mobile Content

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The tech-savvy female market offers a source of new revenue opportunities for mobile operators worldwide, according to independent research commissioned by LogicaCMG. The survey shows that the percentage of female mobile...

Improving Customer Care for Vodafone Hungary

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Vodafobe Hungary has migrated its entire customer base onto an Amdocs Billing platform. In addition, the company has selected Amdocs Self Service, which is part of Amdocs CRM. Amdocs was the systems integrator for the bi...

Location Aware 3G Service from Vodafone

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Vodafone Japan has launched? location-based information services for Vodafone K.K. 3G handsets. Using location information from base stations, the service automatically displays the customer's current location area on Vo...

Telefonica: Hasn't Approached KPN Over Possible Bid

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Telefonica spokesman Miguel Angel Garzon said the company hasn't had any contact with KPN's management. ...

Nokia: T-Mobile Uses Nokia Mobile Solution In Hungary

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Finland's Nokia Oyj (NOK) Monday said German operator T-Mobile International AG (TMO.YY) has commercially launched a push to talk service in Hungary using a Nokia solution. ...

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