DoCoMo offers USD24 million to aid AT&T’s Hawaii 3G rollout

12 Jul 2007

NTT DoCoMo has revealed it will provide financial support of up to USD24 million to help AT&T Inc set up a 3G mobile phone network in Hawaii, writes Dow Jones. The Japanese carrier will also provide technical support to the US firm’s subsidiary AT&T Mobility, which will operate the W-CDMA network. Upon completion, DoCoMo users will be able to use their cellphones in Hawaii. It is understood that AT&T Mobility aims to have the new network operational in Oahu, Maui and other islands by the first half of next year.

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