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ZTE to provide managed services to Colombian mobile operator Comcel

Comcel will now be able to provide customised services to its users

By CBR Staff Writer

ZTE, a provider of telecommunications equipment and network offerings, has signed an agreement to provide managed services to Colombian mobile operator Comcel, which is owned by Mexican América Móvil.

Under the agreement, ZTE will provide equipment including BTS and power equipment.

ZTE earlier in 2011 entered into an agreement with Telefónica-Telecom to provide the largest fixed line operator in Colombia with managed services.

ZTE Columbia vice president Zhang Dianjun said the company has expanded its telecoms services in Colombia and the South American market.

"The agreement with Comcel will help the operator provide customized services to its users," Dianjun said.

Telenor, Teliasonera, Telefonica, Orange, H3G, MTN, KPN, STC, and ZAIN are some of the other telecom operators, for which ZTE is providing managed services.

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