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November 29, 2010

AXIS extends managed services agreement with Ericsson

Network operations, field maintenance, and support services

By CBR Staff Writer

Ericsson has been awarded an extended managed services agreement from Indonesian GSM and 3G operator AXIS to provide network operations, field maintenance, support services and spare parts management in Greater Jakarta and Northern Sumatra, Indonesia.

Under the agreement, Ericsson will support more than 3,000 radio base stations and approximately 8 million AXIS subscribers will benefit from enhanced network performance and improved customer service, the company said.

AXIS president director and CEO Erik Aas said over the past two years, mobile services have become much more affordable in Indonesia and AXIS has become Indonesians’ best choice for affordability, simplicity and reliability.

"With Ericsson taking care of our network operations, we are able to focus on expanding our reach and on bringing great value for money mobile services to all our customers as well as strengthening our position in the Indonesian telecommunication market," Aas said.

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