DoCoMo pulls out of 3 UK, seeks new UK partner

June 2004
Wireless Asia;Jun2004, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p6
Reports that NTT DoCoMo has terminated its investment in Hutchison 3G UK Holdings, which operates 3 UK. Related to the failure of 3 UK to introduce i-mode; DoCoMo's resulting determination to find another partner; Effect of the termination on Hutchison Whampoa.


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