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U Mobile calls on ZTE for 3G/4G network optimisation and expansion

10 Feb 2015

Malaysian mobile network operator U Mobile has signed a cooperation framework agreement with Chinese vendor ZTE under which the latter will expand its 3G and 4G LTE infrastructure. As per the terms of the agreement, ZTE has said it will expand and optimise U Mobile’s networks in Malaysia’s ‘major cities’, leveraging a range of products and solutions from 3G wireless access, LTE wireless access, core network, power supply, bearer network, microwave transmission to services. With the project also expected to ‘further strengthen the long-term strategic partnership between ZTE and U Mobile’, ZTE vice-president Zhou Fang said of the deal: ‘We are committed to offering ZTE’s industry-leading products and solutions to help U Mobile build the highest-performance networks across Malaysia, delivering the best mobile broadband user experience to subscribers.’

Malaysia, U Mobile (Malaysia), ZTE

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