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Qualcomm Plans 2002 Start To Australian 3G Services
Posted: 10-Apr-2001 [Source: Newsbytess]

[Qualcomm estimates its cdma2000 service will be significantly cheaper for end users than W-CDMA or GPRS.]

by David Frith, Sydney, Australia -- "Mobile technology developer Qualcomm [NASDAQ: QCOM] has outlined plans to get a commercial third-generation (3G) wireless service operating across Australia next year.

"Qualcomm spent A$159 million (US$78.88 million) to acquire bandwidth in all eight Australian capital cities in the nation's recent 3G spectrum auction.

"Optus-Nokia has also forecast a 2002 start for its 3G service, spending some A$900 million ($446.49 million) on top of the A$253 million ($125.51 million) it paid for spectrum. Optus will use W-CDMA technology.


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