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Indosat launches HSDPA with upgrade from Nokia, Ericsson

Wednesday 29 November 2006 | 11:26 CET | News
Indonesian fixed and mobile operator Indosat has launched HSDPA services in Jakarta and Surabaya and plans to add eight more cities at the start of 2007. Services include high speed data and internet access, mobile TV, multiplayer games, video calls and full track music downloads. The company split its HSPA upgrade between Ericsson and Nokia. Ericsson will provide radio and core networks for Jakarta, its surrounding areas, West and Central Java, and Jogjakarta. Nokia equipment and managed services will be used in East Java, Bali, Sumatra and Batam. The eight cities to be added by the start of

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ericsson / Indosat / Nokia
Countries: Indonesia
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