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Troubled Pakistan market sees data revenue rise 69%

It’s been a difficult year for Pakistan’s mobile players, but the one bright spot in …

Pakistan’s regulator to replace Zong’s 3G spectrum this month

China Mobile Pakistan, which operates under the Zong brand, will receive new 3G spectrum this …

Asia Briefs: Pakistan’s Zong to share PTCL’s network, Jio Chat expands to nine countries & more

Pakistan’s Zong to share PTCL’s network Pakistan’s third largest mobile operator Zong has worked out …

Asia Briefs: 3 Macau targets mid-Dec 4G launch, Zong to invest $1B to boost 3G/4G networks & more

3 Macau targets mid-Dec 4G launch Hutchison (3 Macau) plans to launch 4G service by …

Pakistan’s 3G/4G users jump 33% in Q3

Pakistan’s top four operators added 4.5 million 3G and 4G subscribers in Q3, a 33 …

Asia Briefs: Huawei, Docomo stream video in 5G field test, StarHub deploys 4G hetnet in Marina Bay & more

Huawei, Docomo stream video in 5G field test China’s Huawei and Japan’s NTT Docomo jointly …

Pakistan’s Zong complains to regulator about 1.8GHz interference

China Mobile Pakistan (CMPak), which operates under the Zong brand, complained to the Pakistan Telecommunication …

Pakistan’s 3G user base hits 10M, growth slows

The number of 3G connections in Pakistan passed the 10 million milestone in February, as …

Innovation in mPayments – What’s Hot? Panel session

Speakers from Monitise Group, Zong, SK Telecom and KDDI answer questions from the floor during their session entitled ‘Innovation in mPayments – What’s Hot?’ at the 2011 GSMA Mobile Money Summit.

eBay strengthens m-payments with Zong buy

eBay has made a major push into mobile payments, acquiring Silicon Valley-based Zong, a specialist in carrier billing. The online auction giant will pay approximately US$240 million in cash for the firm and expects the deal to close in the third quarter. Zong boasts connections with more than 250 mobile operators worldwide, offering “localised, secure and easy-to-use payments capabilities for digital goods and services” in 21 languages and 45 countries.