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Report: Indonesia’s XL to outsource base stations

Indonesia’s third-largest mobile operator PT Excelcomindo Pratama – better known as ‘XL’ – is reportedly close to selling 7,000 of its base stations to a private investment consortium.

Telkomsel meets year-end subscriber target

Telkomsel, Indonesia’s largest mobile operator, says it is on track to meet its year-end mobile subscriber target by this month, reports Bloomberg.

SingTel financials hit by currency fluctuations

Singapore’s SingTel, the largest mobile firm in Asia-Pacific outside of China, has reported a 16.1 percent fall in net profit for its fiscal third-quarter as a result of unfavourable currency movements.

Ericsson wins at Telkomsel

Ericsson has signed a three-year deal with Indonesia’s largest operator Telkomsel to supply, deploy and integrate GSM/EDGE and WCDMA/HSPA networks in the country.

Indonesian CDMA operators launch 1xEV-DO services

Indonesian CDMA operators Mobile-8 Telecom and Smart Telecom have launched commercial CDMA2000 1xEV-DO services to counter 3G/WCDMA offerings from rivals such as Telkomsel, Indosat and Excelcomindo, reports Telegeography, citing CNETAsia.

Telkomsel picks NSN to reach 130M more people

Indonesian mobile operator Telkomsel has signed a deal with Nokia Siemens Networks for
the supply, deployment and integration of 2G and WCDMA/HSPA radio access networks (RAN) and services solutions in the country.

Indonesia and Chile to auction 3G licenses

Indonesia and Chile are to both auction-off new 3G spectrum in the next few months, it has emerged this week.

Telkomsel launches upgraded SMS in Indonesia

Telkomsel has launched an upgraded SMS service in Indonesia, branded SMS Pro, based on a platform supplied by Acision, Cellular News wrote.

SingTel profits up, sales hit by Australian dollar

Asian mobile giant SingTel reported a 7.7 percent rise in net profit to SGD945 million (US$653.2 million) in its fiscal first quarter on the back of strength at its wholly-owned subsidiaries in Singapore (SingTel) and Australia (Optus).