Fancy Canto-pop in your ear all day? One2Free is offering a service whereby customers can download pop songs on to their Nokia 6110 handsets. If they wish, customers can use the music as the ringing tone for their phones. Lambert Chan, general manager of the One2Free service (part of Hongkong Telecom), said the service meant 'One2Freers can now express their own unique character through their choice of ring tone'. The company is also launching a new medium standard tariff package - $438 a month for 180 free minutes. Ericsson has launched a new version of its successful GF788 model which can display in several new languages, including Chinese. The GF788c supports simplified and traditional Chinese, Bahasa Indonesian and Bahasa Malaysian languages. Hongkong Telecom continues its slow progress into the mainland market, signing yet another co-operation agreement to sell facilities management services for customers with corporate communications networks between Hong Kong and Shanghai. Under the deal with the Shanghai Post and Telecommunications Administration, the two will jointly develop and market a 'one-stop' package of support services. These are to include facilities housing, network management, equipment provision, maintenance and project management. Lucent Technologies has won a series of seven contracts worth US$60 million with Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan's main phone operator. The contracts include the supply and installation of switching systems in northern, southern and central Taiwan. CM Telecom has been awarded a $8.8 million contract by the Airport Authority to custom design and install a trunked mobile antenna system at the new airport. Work has started and is due to be completed by June 1.