China to start issuing 3G licences

January 5, 2009 at 14:43 Leave a comment

China’s government, the State Council, agreed on 31 December 2008 to start issuing licences to mobile operators for developing 3G networks, reports Chinese news agency Xinhua. It was agreed at an executive meeting of the State Council that the conditions for handing out the licences were mature. China’s 3G networks will be based on three technological standards, including the Chinese-developed TD-SCDMA , Europe’s WCDMA and North America’s CDMA 2000.

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