Pantech & Curitel Broadens U.S. Offerings
Sep 24, 2003, 11:33 AM by (staff)
Korean manufacturer Pantech & Curitel last week announced two new deals that will significantly expand its reach in the U.S. market. The new orders, from both Audiovox and Sprint, are for higher-end CDMA camera phones. The company has traditionally made low- and mid-range phones, sold under the Audiovox brand. The Audiovox order is for 2.6 million phones, worth $430 million. Pantech & Curitel is Korea's third-largest mobile phone maker, behind Samsung and LG.
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