NZ really is being the odd man out now, since Australia's going GSM.
tonyhughes: given the installed base of GSM was already higher, thats no surprise.
are you saying that 50 million new CDMA subscribers is not significant?
(not trying to troll you, actually looking for healthy discussion and learning)
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Jeffthechef: I would imagine in the next couple of years that number may swing the other way a bit. There is significant CDMA growth happening in the likes of China and India. The amount of new subscribers getting on the band wagon in those two countries is staggering!!!
Of course on the same token there large GSM networks being/expanded built in South America and Russia.