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- 3G fails to make an impact. Reynolds, Melanie // Electronics Weekly;12/18/2002, Issue 2081, p16
Presents information on the performance of the third generation (3G) mobile telephone industry in Great Britain in 2002. Number of mobile telephone operators worldwide that have launched 3G commercial operations in several countries; Plans of Hutchison 3G for 2003; Launch of the short range...
- Hutchison Wins Full Backing Of Lenders. Grainge, Zoe // Utility Week;3/28/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 13, p8
Mobile telecommunication company Hutchison 3G has won an extension to its borrowings to March 2005 despite setbacks with the roll out of its third-generation (3G) service in Great Britain. Hutchison 3G UK Ltd., which trades under the brand name 3, has received the backing of its parent, Hong...
- 3 adds page for mobile broadband users. // New Media Age;8/21/2008, p5
The article reports on the launch of a start page for mobile operator 3's Internet service provider (ISP) subscribers. The launch of the page has the goal of giving new mobile broadband users information about the service including how much data in a gigabyte and how to stop up their mobile...
- 3 educates consumers about mobile internet via neXt portal. // New Media Age;7/12/2007, p2
The article focuses on the neXt site launched by mobile operator 3 to educate consumers about mobile Internet. The portal has been built to help consumers find the best mobile applications and services. It is available online and on mobile to subscribers of all networks. The launch marks another...
- KPN writes off ï¿½770m from UK 3G operations. // New Media Age;8/22/2002, p5
Reports that telecommunications firm KPN has decided to write-off the value of its stake in Hutchison 3G. Amount of the write-down of its mobile operations; Reasons for the decision; Information on the financial conditions of KPN.
- Call up and See Me some time. Oxby, Graeme // Brand Strategy;Apr2006, Issue 201, p50
The article focuses on the launch of the Great Britain-based mobile operator 3's SeeMeTv service, which allowed mobile phone users to create mobile content. Through the service, subscribers on the 3 network can send in a video of their finest moment and then be paid every time it is viewed by...
- Operators challenge 3 with 2.5G mobile video. Pearse, Justin // New Media Age;4/17/2003, p1
Reports on the threat on the core market differentiator of 3 due to the launch of 2.5 generation video service networks by mobile operators in Great Britain as of April 2003. List of mobile operators which will launch such services; Comments of 3 spokesman Edward Brewster regarding the imminent...
- Hutchison 3G: forging distribution links. // MarketWatch: Global Round-up;February 2003, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p141
Reports on the retail agreement between Hutchinson 3G UK Ltd. and the British mobile telephone store, The Link. Terms of the partnership; Reasons behind Hutchinson's move; Benefits of the agreement to both companies.
- 3 launches UMTS service in Sweden. Omatseye, Sam // RCR Wireless News;5/12/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 19, p23
Reports that Hutchison's 3 has launched its Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) service in Sweden in May 2003. Companies competing for the UMTS market; Advantages over other mobile video communication providers; Reason for the delay in the launch of UMTS service.