ZTE Goes Live in Indonesia

ZTE's new CDMA 2000 1x network in Indonesia goes live

August 18, 2004

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SHENZHEN, China -- A new CDMA 2000 1X network from ZTE has gone live in Indonesia. The network offers voice, high-speed data and value added services, as well as a smooth evolution to 3G network.

The new network already covers a 500,000-line first phase development for the country’s largest city, Jakarta, and other developed areas. It is the latest success with this technology for ZTE, which has supplied more than 15 million lines of CDMA across more than 30 countries.

“Indonesia has a large population and a communications-hungry society and we are very proud to have been chosen to meet this need,” said Mr. Ding Ming Feng, Vice President of ZTE Corporation.

“The network gives our customer the very latest mobile capabilities: the comfort of an easy move to 3G and the ability to reduce operation expenditure, add new subscribers and increase benefits.”

ZTE Corp.

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