Posts Tagged ‘PHS’

Taiwanese PHS Service Provider Goes Bust

First International Telecom Corporation, the only telecom carrier that provides low-power communication system services in Taiwan, has announced its bankruptcy and its users will be taken over by other carriers.


Beijing Court Rejects Little Smart User’s Case Against MIIT

The case in which Shi Yuchen, the user of the Chinese personal access system known as Little Smart, sued China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, has been rejected by the court in Beijing.
Shi told local media that on February 24, 2009, he sued the MIIT at the Beijing No.1 Intermediate People’s Court, because MIIT […]


China’s MIIT Sued For Cancellation Of Little Smart Phone Service

Shi Yuchen, a user of the Chinese personal access system also known as Little Smart, has sued China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology at the Beijing No.1 Intermediate People’s Court for canceling the Little Smart service without a public hearing and has asked the court to withdraw the relevant documents issued by MIIT.
On February […]


Qualcomm Grants CDMA Patent License To Chinese Firm

U.S.-based Qualcomm (QCOM) has granted China’s LT Mobile Communication a worldwide patent license to develop, manufacture and sell subscriber units implementing the CDMA2000 standard.


ZTE Invests CNY6 Billion To Build Base In Xi’an

ZTE, one of China’s biggest telecommunications equipment manufacturers, told local media that the company will invest over CNY6 billion to build a research and production base in Xi’an in the next few years.


China Telecom Completes Five Million CDMA Terminal Tenders

China Telecom (CHA) has reportedly finished its five million CDMA terminals tender and more than ten handset manufacturers are included in the successful bidder list that is topped by Samsung and ZTE.


China Netcom Announces Financial Results

China Netcom announced its unaudited 2008 interim results today and said its revenue for the first half of 2008 hit CNY41.125 billion.


Recyclable Mobile Phones Get New Boxes In Shanghai

Shanghai has seen the appearance of boxes with the three colors of blue, green and orange for the reclamation of old mobile phones from which useful metals are expected to be taken.


CPPCC Deputy Calls For Canceling Monthly Fixed Communications Fee

Chai Baocheng, a deputy to the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, says that charging monthly fees for fixed telephones is a monopolization of the communications industry and he suggests that the fee should soon be canceled.