Hutchison Whampoa

  1. Telecom New Zealand Relaunches Download Store

    June 25, 2009 12:00 AM EDT With the relaunch of its download store, Telecom New Zealand claims to have the country's largest mobile music library. Telecom, the country's largest telco, on June 24 unveiled its new-look music store as part of the rollout of its just ...

  2. China Preps For 3G

    December 05, 2006 12:00 AM EST Chinese mobile-phone users could soon be downloading videos and full-length songs on their handsets thanks to high-speed third generation (3G) telecom technology, according to a report in China's state media. Wang Xudong, China's ministe ...

  3. Groove Mobile Powers 3U.K.'s Music Offering

    November 21, 2006 12:00 AM EST G service preps for 'bigger push.' The music service operated by 3U.K., Britain's pioneering 3G (third-generation) network, is now being powered by U.S.-based Groove Mobile. Groove Mobile replaces French-originated service provider ...

  4. Hutchison, SDC Team Up For India Mobile Downloads

    May 24, 2006 12:00 AM EDT Hutchison Essar, the Indian mobile phone operator, has launched what is described as the country's first legal mobile-delivered music download service. Hutchison Essar, the Indian mobile phone operator, has launched what is described as the c ...

  5. Vodafone Steps Up 3G Drive

    November 10, 2004 12:00 AM EST Mobile phone giant Vodafone is targeting 10 million third-generation (3G) customers by March 2006 as it aims to start recouping about €24 billion ($31 million) spent on 3G licences four years a Mobile phone giant Vodafone is targeting 1 ...

  6. Vodafone Steps Up 3G Drive

    November 10, 2004 12:00 AM EST Mobile phone giant Vodafone is targeting 10 million third-generation (3G) customers by March 2006 as it aims to start recouping about €24 billion ($31 million) spent on 3G licences four years a Mobile phone giant Vodafone is targeting 1 ...

  7. Musiwave Opens For Business In Asia

    February 25, 2004 12:00 AM EST Musiwave, which provides wireless music to European telecommunications companies, has launched a subsidiary in Hong Kong. The move, according to Paris-based Musiwave, is an integral part of a worldwid Musiwave, which provides wireless music to Eur ...

  8. Musiwave Opens For Business In Asia

    February 23, 2004 12:00 AM EST Musiwave, which provides wireless music to European telecommunications companies, has launched a subsidiary in Hong Kong. The move, according to Paris-based Musiwave, is an integral part of a worldwid Musiwave, which provides wireless music to Eur ...