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TPG taps Nokia for indoor 5G

announced customer for this product. TPG is now motoring ahead with 5G following delays caused by a long period uncertainty after it agreed to merge with Vodafone Hutchison Australia. The...

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TPG boosts 5G spectrum assets with Dense Air deal

...the launch of first 5G services by Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) in 2020. The operator, which recently marked the one‑year anniversary of its merger with VHA, is now in a...

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Vodafone Australia and TPG mull merger

publicly admit they’ve been chatting. “Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) confirms it has commenced discussions with TPG in relation to a potential combination of the two highly complementary companies,” said Vodafone...

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Vodafone Australia eyes VoLTE rollout

Vodafone Hutchison Australia has tapped up Ericsson for a network overhaul that will see the operator capable of delivering VoLTE services as it seeks to optimise its network capabilities through...

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Vodafone Australia appoints Romanian chief as CEO

Vodafone Hutchison Australia, formed by the merger of local carrier units Vodafone and Hutchison 3G, has appointed Inaki Berroeta, currently president and CEO at Vodafone Romania, as its incoming CEO....

A Week In Wireless

Ice, ice, Baby

...firm’s CEO. Morrow joined what was then Vodafone Hutchison Australia in March last year, hired as a turnaround specialist to improve the firm’s fortunes and this job can hardly be...

A Week In Wireless

Clown cars, gold mines and Happy Meals

...be exactly what UK carrier Vodafone has done. The company got a mild reprimand from UK telecoms regulator Ofcom which handed out the dunce’s hat and said that Vodafone is...

A Week In Wireless

It’s outrageous!

...billion rupees ($1.65bn) for the additional stake. Vodafone moved into India in 2007, buying Hutchison’s local operation and several other European operators are currently present in India, including Telenor and...

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LTE: Strong Starter

...the third of the leading markets and, with 13.8 million LTE subscriptions, oversees the considerable gap between the top three and the chasing pack; Fourth placed Australia has 2.05 million...

A Week In Wireless

Off their perch

...was estimated to generate between A$7bn and A$10bn. However, 2x15MHz of 700MHz spectrum remained unsold and Zehle reckons it was because Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) decided not to bid due...

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Australian spectrum auction “damaging to economy”

at Coleago Consulting, this is because Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) decided not to bid due to the extremely high reserve prices set by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)....

A Week In Wireless

Year of the water snake

...likes of Vodafone and rivals EE something to think about is the UK arm of Hutchison’s 3, which, ever the disruptor, has announced that it will not price LTE services...

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Hard Times

...news Bill Morrow, formerly of another troubled US newcomer—Clearwire—is to return to former employer Vodafone, as head of Vodafone Hutchison Australia. Coincidentally it was almost exactly this time last year...

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Bill Morrow hired to improve fortunes at VHA

Vodafone Hutchison Australia, the joint venture which operates the Vodafone and 3 brands in the Australian market, has announced the recruitment of Bill Morrow as CEO, replacing Nigel Dews. Morrow...

A Week In Wireless

Keep your eyes on the skies!

...a result, on a reserve price of €700m. Sticking with spectrum, Vodafone Hutchison Australia has bolstered its 1800MHz spectrum holding with an eye on future LTE roll-outs, following a deal...

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More LTE spectrum rolls in for Vodafone Australia

Vodafone Hutchison Australia has bolstered its 1800MHz spectrum holding with an eye on future LTE roll-outs, following a deal with state rail authorities. The operator has said that an agreement...

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LTE TDD: network plans, commitments, trials, deployments

The Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI) was launched at MWC 2011. Founding members were China Mobile, Bharti Airtel, Softbank Mobile, Vodafone, Clearwire, Aero2 and E-Plus. According to the press release “GTI...

The low penetration in Asia-Pacific is due to its broad, diverse and fragmented make-up

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LTE network plans: Asia Pacific and Oceania

of 20 Mbps were achieved. A second phase of testing, utilizing 1800 MHz is underway. Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) has confirmed results of its LTE1800 trial conducted in Q4 2010...

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