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Carrying on the momentum as the pioneer of 5G services for consumers and businesses in Singapore, StarHub broke away from the norm and introduced the market’s first pair of SIM Only plans for customers to get an immediate boost to 5G. Gaining instant access to StarHub 5G, Disney+ and up to 90GB of data, customers enjoy unmatched data and entertainment experiences on Singapore’s fastest mobile network. 

Read more: Starhub launches first 5G-bundled SIM plans in Singapore

GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) today welcomed the decision of India’s Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to give the go-ahead for 5G spectrum and trials of 5G uses and applications in the country using 3GPP-compliant technologies. The applicant mobile operators include Bharti Airtel Ltd., Reliance JioInfocomm Ltd., Vodafone Idea Ltd. and MTNL. 

Read more: GSA welcomes India’s 3GPP-compliant 5G trials

CSG announced a multi-year contract/relationship extension with Vietnamobile, one of Asia Pacific’s leading mobile operators. As Vietnamobile’s technology provider of choice, CSG will drive their customer billing, mediation and settlement operations to support the company’s accelerated growth and the introduction of new products and services.

Read more: CSG partners Vietnamobile to drive growth and innovative digital services

ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the mobile internet, together with a local operator in Pakistan, has built a base station and completed several kilometers of wireless coverage around the station at the K2 base camp for the world's second highest peak on the border between China and Pakistan, with the aim of building a strong communication network for climbers.

Read more: ZTE provides wireless coverage to the second highest peak in the world

Nokia has announced that it has been chosen by Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) to expand the operator’s 5G network in Taiwan. The deal aims to support CHT’s objective of achieving 80 percent population coverage as well as boost 5G subscriptions to over 20 percent of its current subscriber base. The expansion will leverage products from Nokia’s AirScale portfolio to deliver enhanced connectivity for people and businesses in the southern and central areas of the country.

Read more: Nokia chosen by Chunghwa Telecom to expand 5G network in Taiwan

ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, together with Beeline, one of the largest operators in Uzbekistan of VEON Group, has deployed the largest virtualized SDM (Subscriber Data Management) platform in Uzbekistan. This marks an important step in digital operation for Beeline to satisfy one third its local users with a better user experience.

Read more: ZTE partners Beeline for Uzbekistan’s largest virtualized SDM

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