Nokia to supply Ooredoo in Myanmar

Mobile phone myanmarTelecom service provider Ooredoo Myanmar has selected Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) to supply core and radio infrastructure for its planned 3G network in the country in a two-year deal. NSN did not talk about the size and scope of the 3G contract.

NSN claims its platforms offer high-capacity and are flexible to manage increasing traffic growth. Ooredoo Myanmar looking at launching 3G in 2014.

“This initiative underlines our commitment to deliver world-class communications services to our customers in Myanmar, who will soon enjoy a great customer experience with our network,” said Ross Cormack, chief executive officer at Ooredoo Myanmar.

This deal marks NSN’s entry into Myanmar. Recently, the Myanmar government opened up the telecom sector for foreign investment and Ooredoo is one of the mobile operators to receive wireless license. Telenor is also in the process of finalising its roll out strategy in Myanmar.



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Telecom service provider Ooredoo Myanmar has selected Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) to supply core and radio infrastructure for its planned 3G network in the country in a two-year deal. NSN did not talk about the size and scope of the 3G contract. NSN claims its platforms offer high-capacity and are flexible to manage increasing traffic growth. Ooredoo Myanmar looking at launching 3G in 2014. “This initiative underlines our commitment to deliver world-class communications services to our customers in Myanmar, who will soon enjoy a great customer experience with our network,” said Ross Cormack, chief executive officer at Ooredoo Myanmar....

Mobile phone myanmarTelecom service provider Ooredoo Myanmar has selected Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) to supply core and radio infrastructure for its planned 3G network in the country in a two-year deal. NSN did not talk about the size and scope of the 3G contract.

NSN claims its platforms offer high-capacity and are flexible to manage increasing traffic growth. Ooredoo Myanmar looking at launching 3G in 2014.

“This initiative underlines our commitment to deliver world-class communications services to our customers in Myanmar, who will soon enjoy a great customer experience with our network,” said Ross Cormack, chief executive officer at Ooredoo Myanmar.

This deal marks NSN’s entry into Myanmar. Recently, the Myanmar government opened up the telecom sector for foreign investment and Ooredoo is one of the mobile operators to receive wireless license. Telenor is also in the process of finalising its roll out strategy in Myanmar.



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