Uzbekistan’s Communications and IT Agency has warned Unitel, a 100% subsidiary of No. 2 Russian cellular provider VimpelCom, that its license could be revoked if further network disruptions are encountered.
The 13th session of the Coordination Council of the CIS states for informatization under the Regional Communication Commonwealth (RCC) will be held in Dushanbe in April-May 2008.
Unitel, subsidiary of Russia’s VimpelCom in Uzbekistan, received a license to construct, exploit and render services in IMT-2000/UMTS standard (3G) in Uzbekistan, a press service of the company said.
Coscom LLC JV has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks to build its future proof, nationwide mobile network in Uzbekistan. The agreement includes the replacement of the existing network and expansion of current network coverage and capacity. The deal which is worth US$152 million is for a period of two years.
Incumbent operator, Coscom has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks to build its new nationwide mobile network in Uzbekistan. The agreement includes the replacement of the existing network and expansion of current network coverage and capacity. The deal which is worth US$152 million is for a period of two years.
Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), Russia’s top mobile phone operator, hopes to raise its minority stake in Belarus and is in talks to clinch deals in markets such as Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Moldova and Kyrgyzstan.
The UNDP’s “ICT Policy” project with assistance of Communication and Information Agency of Uzbekistan (UzACI) has prepared the Report on analysis of progress made by Uzbekistan in implementing the decisions of the World Summits on the Information Society (WSIS stocktaking) conducted in Geneva and Tunis in 2003 and 2005 accordingly.
Korea Telecom said it has acquired East Telecom, a Uzbekistan Internet service company, to start broadband and wireless Internet services in the Central Asian region.