3G Set To Launch In Outback
Apr 1, 2003, 10:52 AM by (staff)
Hutchison Telecommunications announced yesterday that its Australian 3G mobile network is ready for commercial use in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The company said a "commercial quantity" of 3G phones will be available through 20 company-owned stores on April 15. The $3 billion UMTS/WCDMA network will trade under Hutchison's global 3G brand '3'.
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