In July, the number of subscribers of Ukrainian mobile operators rose by 1% or 0.56 million to 55.61 million.
Ukraine’s Antimonopoly Committee (AMC) will decide within a month on whether the merger of Russia’s OAO VimpelCom and Ukraine’s CJSC Kyivstar GSM into Vimpelcom Ltd. Holding is in line with Ukraine’s national competition legislation, AMC Chairman Oleksiy Kostusev has said.
In April, the number of subscribers of Ukrainian mobile-telephone operators fell by 0.4% or 0.22 million to 54.83 million.
Nokia Siemens Networks’ new base station and antenna combination doubles GSM network capacity by improving spectrum efficiency and network performance. Nokia Siemens Networks today unveiled its new offering that optimizes existing GSM network investments as well as new deployments. Communications…
Operators will soon be able to extend the reach of mobile broadband services by exploiting the “Digital Dividend” radio spectrum becoming available as countries switch from analog to digital terrestrial TV. Ahead of the digital dividend spectrum auction currently underway…
In February, the number of subscribers of Ukrainian mobile-telephone operators fell by 0.5% or 280,000 to 55.090 million.
In January 2010, the number of subscribers of Ukrainian mobile-telephone operators rose by 0.09% or 50,000 to 55.370 million, compared to December.
Ukrtelecom, a Ukrainian large telecommunications company, and Kyivstar, a mobile communications company, signed a national GSM roaming agreement.
The National Commission for Regulating Communications (NCRC) has ordered mobile operator Astelit (TM life:) to provide the Commission and the State Communications Inspectorate information about it’s base stations by March 5, 2010.
Alcatel-Lucent announced the introduction of a new radio module, based on software defined radio (SDR) technology, that gives mobile service providers the flexibility to support any mix of 2G GSM, 3G W-CDMA/HSPA+ and long term evolution (LTE) services simultaneously.