Nokia to swap out CDMA for GSM in Montana

Nokia announced it won a contract with MTPCS, doing business as Chinook Wireless, to swap out its CDMA network and build a GSM/GPRS/EDGE system throughout Montana. Nokia said the five-year deal includes equipment, network-planning services, deployment services and Nokia Care services. Chinook Wireless said it plans to deploy a network based on 3GPP Release 4 architecture using Nokia's mobile softswitch solution MSC Server System.

To read more about Nokia's deal with Chinook Wireless:
- check out this release from Nokia

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