Ericsson To Take Over HT Mobile

Ericsson claims it will take over the operations of HT Mobile when the network finishes switching from CDMA technology to GSM one.
   The telecom firm announced the plan at a celebration recently held in Hanoi of its 15 th year in Vietnam.   
   The company previously signed a 450 USD contract with HT Mobile for the network change.
   HT Mobile, a joint venture between Hanoi Telecom and Hutchison Telecommunication, in March this year was licensed to invest in changing from existing CDMA to GSM technology.
   The switch is expected to be completed early next year with HT Mobile retaining 80 percent of existing telecom equipment and facilities such as transmission lines and switchboards for re-use after changing to the GSM network.
   Officially coming to Vietnam in 1993, Ericsson has already been involved in a number of telecom projects in Vietnam such as with VNPT to deliver and install EXE International gateways to Vietnam Telecom International.

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