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Topic # 5708 19-Nov-2005 16:59
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Telecom New Zealand and Vodafone will continue to keep the New Zealand on top in OECD list of "Most costliest country for Mobile communication".

New Zealand will be soon achieveing “natural saturation,” signifying that every New Zealander who could be using a mobile phone is already using one,.


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Reply # 23545 19-Nov-2005 17:31
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I think some people need to go and see China for over 1 billion people there are only two main mobile providers China mobile and China unicom who run GSM and a CDMA network.



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  Reply # 23547 19-Nov-2005 17:43
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Hi John

For readers information both operators are GSM 900 and Hongkong is also part of china

China Resources Peoples Telephone Company Ltd
Hong Kong CSL Limited (HK CSL)
Hutchison Telecom (HK) Ltd (3)
New World PCS (New World Mobility)
SmarTone Mobile Communications Limited (SmarToneVodafone)
SUNDAY Communications Ltd
CTM
Hutchison Telephone (Macau) Company Ltd (Hutchison Telecom Macau)
SmarTone Mobile Communications (Macau) Ltd

There is program that you should see tomorrow on TV ONE at 19:30 called SUNDAY.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 23549 19-Nov-2005 17:51
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I'm not talking about Hong kong it may be under china rule now if you goto china there are only two main providers as advised before they have some others and they are crap.

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  Reply # 23555 19-Nov-2005 18:42
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Theres still Econet?

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Reply # 23556 19-Nov-2005 19:03
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johnr: I think some people need to go and see China for over 1 billion people there are only two main mobile providers China mobile and China unicom who run GSM and a CDMA network.
But the market there is not even close to reaching 90% saturation yet. Here it is. Any new entrant would have to battle two companies with very balanced shares in the local market. Not easy...





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