Nokia and Telenor Pakistan have announced that they have extended their existing frame agreement on GSM radio network equipment and services until the end of 2009. Over the three-year period, Nokia will deliver more than 2,000 base stations and continue to plan, build and manage the radio network in close association with the cellco. The cooperation aims at increasing Telenor Pakistan’s network coverage and capacity in most of Punjab, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan Administered Kashmir and northern regions of Pakistan, including the capital Islamabad. ‘The continuing co-operation with Nokia enables us to quickly roll out a high-quality radio network while reducing our operating expenses,’ said Tore Johnsen, CEO of Telenor Pakistan.
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