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ZTE awarded Cambodian LTE contract

20 Nov 2014

Chinese equipment supplier ZTE Corporation has secured a contract from Southeast Asia Telecommunications Holdings for the deployment of a 4G LTE network in Cambodia. According to a report by, the Cambodian government has awarded Southeast Asia Telecom (Cambodia) an operating licence allowing it to provide a range of telecoms services, such as mobile communications (including LTE), internet access, fixed-wireless telephony and voice-over-internet protocol (VoIP). The company is rolling out a nationwide FDD-LTE mobile network, which is expected to be operational in the first half of 2015. Financial terms for the deals between ZTE and Southeast Asia Telecom were not disclosed.

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