Nokia expands China Unicom Zhejiang Branchs GSM network

Thursday 16 October 2003 08:18 CET | News

Nokia is delivering a major GSM network expansion for China Unicoms Zhejiang Branch. The expansion will boost the operators network capacity by 200,000 subscribers.

The deal is part of a raft of recent contracts Nokia signed for the GSM network expansion and service of China Unicoms branches in seven Chinese provinces. Nokia is a leading supplier and won contracts in these provinces worth more than USD 48 million in total. Nokia was chosen as a main supplier for Zhejiang Unicom following the Shanghai Unicom deal announced in September 2003. Nokia has been working with China Unicom since 1994. Under this agreement Nokia is supplying its mobile switching, radio-access network infrastructure, the Nokia NetAct network and service management system. Also included are implementation, radio network planning, hardware services, optimisation, training and care services.

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