Telstra's CDMA network cannot be sold off

, posted: 2-May-2006 11:03

Well, there goes Telecom New Zealand's hope for providing CDMA roaming in Australia in the future. The spectrum is being redeployed for Telstra's UMTS or WCDMA network instead, which means that soon, Telecom New Zealand will be the only CDMA player in the region.

Likewise, Telstra customers wanting to roam in New Zealand will do so not on Telecom New Zealand's network but on an operator like Vodafone instead.

That is of course if Telecom NZ still uses CDMA in a few years time.

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