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Japan Communications pioneers new MVNO model

Japan Communications has successfully negotiated a deal with NTT DoCoMo to launch what it describes as the world’s first MVNO based on an interconnection arrangement.

Interfax: Six vendors bid on China Telecom tender

Interfax-China reports that six vendors are bidding for China Telecom’s RMB15 billion (US$2.19 billion) CDMA network tender, with the results expected to be released as early as next week.

ZTE aims for top five handset spot

ZTE, China’s largest handset manufacturer, has reportedly set itself the target of becoming one of the world’s top five mobile phone vendors within the next three years.

ZTE’s H1 profit surges on overseas sales

Chinese vendor ZTE posted a 21.21 percent swell in its H1 net profit to US$81.3 million from US$67.1 million in the previous year.

Report: ZTE the big winner in Chinese CDMA tender

China Telecom has reportedly closed the first phase of its tender for CDMA network equipment, awarding contracts to China’s ZTE and Huawei, Alcatel-Lucent’s local subsidiary Alcatel Shanghai Bell, and Fujian Fujitsu.

China Telecom selects CDMA vendors

Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE have been confirmed as network suppliers for China Telecom’s first round of CDMA deployment, according to a TradingMarkets report.

Qualcomm plans “affordable” smartphones in India

Mobile chip giant Qualcomm has confirmed it is in talks with its various OEM partners with an eye to launching affordable 3G-based smartphones in India, reports India’s Economic Times.

Six vendors bid for US9B BSNL deal

India’s Economic Times reports that six vendors – Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, Huawei, ZTE and Nortel Networks – have submitted bids to provide 93 million lines to state-owned operator BSNL, worth an estimated US$9 billion.

ZTE unveils first EDGE/TD-SCDMA device

Chinese vendor ZTE has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first EDGE/TD-SCDMA mobile handset, reports Cellular News.

ZTE targets high-end handset sector

Chinese handset-vendor ZTE says its decision to begin shipping smartphones based on Microsoft’s Windows Mobile operating system will enable it to close the gap on rivals such as Nokia and Sony Ericsson in the high-end handset market