Nokia Touts EDGE Progress
Apr 3, 2003, 11:00 AM by (staff)
Total Access Communication (DTAC) and Nokia today announced the successful completion of the first EDGE call in Thailand. The call is part of DTAC's EDGE trial using commercial equipment from Nokia. This spring, Nokia will have fourteen EDGE trials in all continents. Nokia has announced two EDGE terminals already - the 6200 for the Americas and the 6220 for Eurasia. EDGE will be available in all new Nokia GSM/GPRS terminals by the end of 2004.
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