ZTE and CMPak in USD100 million base station deal

4 Dec 2008

Chinese hardware vendor ZTE has reportedly signed a deal worth USD100 million to provide GSM base stations to Pakistani mobile operator CMPak. The contract will see ZTE deploy its M8206 base stations in central Pakistan, across a total of eight cities and regions, including Multan, Faisalabad and Lahore. The solution will allow for quicker installations, easier maintenance and more rapid network evolution.

Pakistan , Zong, ZTE



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