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  • Dec 25, 2014
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CDMA

CDMA 3G licence may cost less

The Office of the Telecommunications Authority (Ofta), which regulates Hong Kong's telecommunications industry, has implied that the new CDMA 3G licence may be priced lower than those sold in 2001.

Friday, 3 August, 2007, 12:00am

Lacklustre profits seen for fixed-line operators

Analysts expect fixed-line giants China Netcom and China Telecom to post lacklustre 2005 results this week, while No2 mobile operator China Unicom would likely show improvement in its CDMA business.

20 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Focus on CDMA profit

China Unicom said it would rather see slower growth in subscriber numbers for its CDMA (code division multiple access) business than lure new customers with expensive subsidies.

7 Oct 2005 - 12:00am

Unicom focuses on CDMA profit

Carrier is prepared to see slower growth in subscribers at lower acquisition costs

China Unicom said it would rather see slower growth in subscriber numbers for its CDMA (code division multiple access) business than lure new customers with expensive subsidies.

30 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

China Unicom earns $1.2b for quarter

Red-chip China Unicom recorded a 1.29 billion yuan (about HK$1.21 billion) net profit on 15.98 billion yuan in revenue for the three months to March.

It was the first set of quarterly earnings results issued by the telecoms carrier and was the first set of results that included mobile operations in nine provinces acquired at the end of last year.

30 Apr 2003 - 12:00am

Unicom earns $1.2b for quarter

Red chip China Unicom recorded a 1.29 billion yuan (about HK$1.21 billion) net profit on 15.98 billion yuan in revenue for the three months to March.

It was the first set of quarterly earnings results issued by the telecoms carrier and was the first set of results that included mobile operations in nine provinces acquired at the end of last year.

30 Apr 2003 - 12:00am

UNICOM GUOMAI TO SELL HANDSETS TO PARENT

Unicom Guomai Communications has agreed to sell 240 million yuan (about HK$224 million) worth of CDMA handsets to parent China United Telecommunications. Under the agreement reached yesterday, Guomai will make direct bulk purchases and resell up to 120,000 CDMA mobile handsets to China United. The price tag implys an average selling price of 2,000 yuan per handset.

10 Jan 2003 - 12:00am

CDMA handset shortage problem overstated

China has produced more code division multiple access (CDMA) standard handsets than China Unicom could sign up subscribers, the Ministry of Information Industry (MII) has shown.

According to MII's latest release, a total of 2.48 million CDMA mobile handsets were produced in China during the first five months. Of the sum, 1.13 million were exported.

6 Aug 2002 - 12:00am

Roaming pacts

Hutchison Telecoms does not run CDMA networks outside Hong Kong, but has roaming agreements with three Asian countries. This was incorrectly reported in yesterday's paper.

13 Jul 2001 - 12:00am