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  1. More shops planned for Hutchison 3G in UK

    Posted Aug 17th 2005, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... Georgina Lee Hutchison Whampoa plans to increase the number of flagship retail outlets serving its British 3G mobile business in a move to beef up its presence in the group's second-biggest 3G mobile market in terms of subscriber numbers. A spokesperson for Hutchison 3G UK yesterday said the group would expand its presence from the three flagship stores it currently operates ...

  2. Pain's the name of 3G game

    Posted Sep 06th 2005, 12:00am by Stuart Biggs

    ... in the coming year as the cocktail of high mobile penetration, over-competition and the steep cost of rolling out 3G networks continues to ravage mobile operators' profit margins. The firm said increasing handset subsidies and costs related to 3G including network expenses, licence fees, depreciation and the cost of content would weigh heavily on earnings in the coming months, although ...

  3. Indonesia snag hits HTIL unit

    Posted Sep 05th 2005, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... Georgina Lee Jakarta seeks partial return of spectrum from Cyber Access and another licensee Indonesia's telecommunications regulator is appealing to the two 3G mobile licensees- one of them Hutchison Telecommunications International Ltd's (HTIL) 60 per cent owned Cyber Access- to return some of their 3G bandwidth for a new round of licensing. Analysts said ...

  4. Peoples rediscovers voice and puts its Edge on hold

    Posted Jun 06th 2005, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... a U-turn from its data investment strategy. And despite being one of the two operators without a 3G licence, he refused to be a 3G doomsayer. 'It's not that people don't need 3G. We cannot disregard that 3G will become very popular, but the problem is that for now, there is simply no demand for 3G applications,' said Mr Leung, also executive vice-chairman. Rival ...

  5. HTIL suffers interim loss on disposal

    Posted Aug 04th 2005, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... and Macau, due to heavy subscriber acquisition costs for its third generation business. With 351,000 3G customers in a subscriber base of 2.2 million, its average revenue per 3G user stood at $240, ...

  6. Focus on useful lucrative services, mobile firms told

    Posted Mar 15th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the 10-day Chinese New Year holiday last month. Mr Chung's comments came as the three local 3G operators were pouring millions of dollars into multimedia services such as streaming video ... subscriptions by the year end Dozens of 3G networks to go live this year 2G will be retained as only mobile network by the majority of customers 2G EBITDA margin of 45 per cent or more this year Ethanol ...

  7. Correction

    Posted Jul 05th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... In the June 14 story '3G just not up to speed', Claus Mortensen was incorrectly identified. He is a senior analyst for IDC Asia/Pacific. ...

  8. Huawei sees opportunities in Latin America

    Posted Nov 17th 2005, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... strategic co-operation partner in 3G and broadband network. At the 3G World Congress yesterday, Huawei launched its 9th 3G terminal based on the WCDMA technology, it also launched a data card based ...

  9. 3G firms lobby to leave 2G brakes on

    Posted Apr 22nd 2005, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... Georgina Lee A proposal to lift the speed cap on the new spectrum for 2G operators has upset the 3G players, who say the move would be an unfair penalty after they paid millions for their licences. They said giving 2G operators the extra speed free- even if only until their licences expired in September next year- made a mockery of the auction in 2001 when 3G rights were awarded ...

  10. Underused Cyberport harbours 3G carnivals to attract visitors

    Posted Jan 28th 2005, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... Georgina Lee Idea is mooted as the government unveils $8 million programme to help develop 3G applications The government, which is struggling to fill its underused Cyberport facility, yesterday unveiled an $8 million programme to develop third-generation (3G) mobile-phone services at the sprawling office complex. Of the $8 million, $2.4 million is earmarked for 3G applications ...




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