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Telkomsel Deploys Nokia

Nokia and Telkomsel have signed a new three-year WCDMA 3G/HSPA radio and core network, and managed services contract

August 29, 2006

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ESPOO, Finland -- Nokia and Indonesian operator Telkomsel have signed a new three-year WCDMA 3G/HSPA radio and core network, and managed services contracts that will see Nokia support Telkomsel in strengthening its business and introducing 3G services, such as streaming video, to its customers.

"We are committed to launching a high-quality, wide-coverage 3G network that can provide innovative services that are beneficial for the people, the businesses, and the country of Indonesia. We trust Nokia to provide us highest-quality end-to-end network solutions," says Kiskenda Suriahardja, President Director, Telkomsel.

"The contracts strengthen Nokia's position as Telkomsel's network equipment and service provider, and underline Nokia's capabilities in managing outsourced networks," says Marko Kytöharju, Country Director, Networks, Nokia Indonesia. "Telkomsel, like many other operators today, has complex multivendor network. Nokia's managed services can help the operators to reduce the complexity, freeing up their resources to focus on core business activities."

Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK)

PT Telekomunikasi Selular (Telkomsel)

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