ZTE Wins in Algeria

ZTE wins contract to construct a CDMA network in northern Algeria

January 6, 2005

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SHENZHEN, China -- A national CDMA network – provided by ZTE Corporation, China’s largest listed telecommunications equipment supplier and the largest local wireless supplier – is to cover 95% of the second largest country in Africa. In a contract announced today, ZTE is to construct a CDMA network for the three provinces of Tizi Ouzou, Bouira and Bejaia in northern Algeria.

This announcement follows construction by ZTE of two CDMA wireless local loop (WLL) networks, which cover 43 provinces in all eight districts of Algeria. The CDMA networks have revolutionised the communications situation across the country, from remote countryside to the densely populated cities. After the new project is completed, 95% of Algeria will be covered by the advanced wireless network from ZTE.

“This new contract reinforces our leading market position in Africa and represents customer confidence that ZTE has the capability to win, deliver, install and support world-scale projects of this kind,” said Mr Xiao Chunfa, general manager of ZTE Algeria.

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