Nokia secures services deal from Indonesia carrier

Nokia said it has been selected by Hutchison Telecom Indonesia to supply and manage a complete service delivery platform solution as part of the operator's GSM/WCDMA 3G rollout.

The platform comprises a mobile portal for data and voice, supporting the delivery of value added end-user services such as games, news, music, video streaming and downloading.

Nokia will operate the platform under a managed services contract, thus enabling Hutchison to concentrate on developing new end-user services and customer relationships.

Hutchison Telecom Indonesia is a joint venture by Hong Kong-based Hutchison Telecommunications and CP Group of Indonesia.

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