Monday, December 19, 2005

Another cdma operator??

I was asked not to write about this, so I am not telling you that a company that was awarded 20 000 mobile numbers, and, hitherto, has offered only fixed-line services (as an alternative operator), is not saying whether it will launch a cdma service, using the the cdma 450 and 800 spectrum. This unnamed company (the name is in the Latvian Public Utility Regulation Commission's announcement on number resource allocations on Dec 16) is not saying that it is not doing a virtual operator deal with, say, the most obvious – Bite. Instead, it is not hinting that it may launch a service in direct competition with Triatel. The truth will be known in the second half of January, the company didn't say.

:) :) :)


Anonymous said...

I suppose You are not speaking of "always crying" company.
"The big boys takin' candy, again. And I must be on TV"

When I saw it happens again and again, I always remember E. John's song:

It's sad, so sad
It's a sad, sad situation
And it's getting more and more absurd

Juris Kaža said...


No, it's a small operator. The man with the stylish three day beard isn't crazy enough to return to mobiles on cdma. But maybe these guys know something he doesn't.