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ZTE, Lenovo Win TD-SCDMA Network Access Permits

Tencent Tech, 1/30/08

On January 30, a spokesperson at China Telecommunication Technology Labs (CTTL), the laboratory in charge of mobile phone access authorization management, confirmed that the first batch of TD-SCDMA licenses had been issued, with manufacturers including ZTE (0763.HK; 000063.SZ) and Lenovo (0992.HK) among the first to gain authorization.

On January 6, China Mobile (NYSE: CHL; 0941.HK) began seeking a first round of bids on TD-SCDMA terminals, with bid content including 30,000 mobile phones and 10,000 data cards. ZTE, Huawei, Samsung, LG, Lenovo, Amoi (600057.SH) and other manufacturers participated in the bidding; those who did not gain network access authorization will lose the right to bid.

Keywords: 3G CTTL data card 600057.SH 000063.SZ 0763.HK 0941.HK 0992.HK Amoi bidding China Mobile CHL Huawei Lenovo LG mobile phone Samsung TD-SCDMA wireless ZTE


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