TAIPEI — Taiwan’s top three telecom operators’ launch of their own fourth-generation (4G) long-term evolution (LTE) networks is expected to depress the three’s bottom lines, starting from June, Yuanta Investment Consulting said Saturday. Chunghwa Telecom Co., the largest telecom services provider in Taiwan, was the first to launch the 4G network on May 29, followed by rival Far EasTone Telecommunications Co. on June 3 and Taiwan Mobile Co. on the following day.
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan Mobile Co. (台灣大哥大), the country’s second-biggest mobile provider, introduced Thursday the new lineup of its own-branded mobile devices catering to price-sensitive subscribers to Taiwan’s upcoming 4G LTE network. The two 4G-enabled smartphones and a tablet in the Amazing series, manufactured by Chinese handset maker ZTE Corp., will be available next month and will start from NT$4,990 (US$166).
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan Mobile Co. (台灣大哥大), the country’s second largest mobile provider, will roll out 4G broadband service starting in July, and there will be enough coverage so that between 70 and 80 percent of the local population will be able to access the service. Taiwan Mobile’s staff are currently working hard in order to launch the service on schedule, Taiwan Mobile General Manger James Cheng (鄭俊卿) said yesterday.
TAIPEI — Taiwan Mobile Co., the country’s second-largest mobile provider, will benefit from a faster-than-expected development of 4G mobile devices using the 700 MHz frequency, according to J.P. Morgan Securities. Taiwan Mobile announced April 30 that it had gained a 4G operational license and is looking to launch 4G services in July when its network coverage reaches a certain scale.