AT&T Interested In Overseas Ventures
Sep 28, 2007, 11:24 AM by (staff)
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has said that the company is exploring new businesses overseas. In particular, AT&T is interested in bidding on spectrum in India, as well as acquiring wireless and wireline telecom companies. It has already struck partnership deals in India and is installing gear in several Indian cities. AT&T is also looking to invest in a handful of Asian and Middle Eastern countries, including China, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
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BlackBerry Begins Global Rollout of Leap Smartphone
BlackBerry today said its Leap smartphone is now available in the U.K., with other countries to follow shortly. The Leap is similar to the Z10 and has a 5-inch, 720p HD display and an older Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor clocked at 1.5GHz.
BlackBerry Signs Licensing Deal with India's Optiemus
BlackBerry today said it has licensed its smartphone brand to Optiemus, a smartphone maker based in India. The deal represents the third such agreement forged by BlackBerry with other hardware manufacturers.
Xiaomi to Load Microsoft Apps On Its Android Phones
Microsoft and Xiaomi have forged a partnership concerning mobile apps and patents that should benefit both parties. Xiaomi has agreed to install Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Skype on a collection of its Android-powered smartphones and tablets in China, India, and other regions.
I don't get it?
But 4G will come and everyone can start fresh!
ITS ABOUT TIME...
Maybe its because I'm part of a dying breed of people born on this soil and believe that the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA by far has the most potential to be the best civilization this world has ever seen! I'm a patriot I love MY FREEDOM and i want my dollar to stay in America making it a better place!!
Good idea at&t
India has tough regulations and restrictions.
Is India a no subsidy market?
Would it be 'Kwik-E-T&T'??