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Ericsson signs CMPak contract June 1, 2007

Posted by Mustafa in Broadband, Cellular, consumer, mobile, Network, Paksitan, Service Providers, Wireless, World, Worldwide.
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Friday, 1 June 2007

Ericsson has inked a contract with China Mobile Pakistan (CMPak) to expand the cellco’s GSM network through the southern part of the country. Under the terms of the project – which is due to commence this year – the vendor will provide a complete GSM network to extend coverage to 312 cities in the densely populated Sindh and Balochistan regions. Financial details of the project are unknown.

 Source: Telegeography

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1. Tee Emm - June 1, 2007

The $500 million that CMPak is going to spend on its new expansions in Pakistan, apart from Ericsson, contracts have been awarded to Alcatel-Lucent, ZTE and Huawei.

2. smartphones - March 15, 2011

CMPak is very successful in Pakistan. It’s a great news that Ericsson signed contract to expand Cellco’s GSM network. Thanks for this sharing.

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