3 (Tri), one of the leading cellular telecommunication service providers in Indonesia, has deployed Comviva’s PreTUPS™ Voucher Management System (VMS), a state of the art software that manages all stages of voucher lifecycle -  generation, distribution and redemption. PreTUPS™ VMS will help 3 Indonesia bring operational efficiency in management and distribution of recharge vouchers as well as enhance the customer experience by ensuring that customers are never turned away by the retailer due to lack of recharge voucher availability.

Read more: 3 Indonesia deploys new software to enhance operations and boost customer experience

Nokia and Singapore-based operator StarHub are conducting South East Asia’s first live 5G non-standalone (NSA) network trial across Singapore, running until the 16th of February 2021. With StarHub as the first and early adopter of 5G services in Singapore, long-standing partners StarHub and Nokia have achieved another milestone.

Read more: Nokia, StarHub conduct live 5G network trials to boost service efficiency

ZTE Corporation recently announced collaboration with True Corporation Public Company Limited (True) to build a commercial 5G network in Thailand. True, a fully licensed operator in Thailand, with a 30% market share in the mobile market of the country, will adopt ZTE's 5G RAN products and services to build a commercial 5G network in Thailand.

Read more: ZTE, True Corporation team up to construct commercial 5G network

Converge ICT, one of the leading Internet and digital services providers in the Philippines, will bring ultra-broadband services to the island of Mindanao by deploying Nokia’s fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) solution. With this deployment, Converge ICT will be expanding its broadband network coverage to the region by connecting more than 300,000 homes and businesses to ultra-fast, affordable and reliable broadband services over the next three years.

Read more: Nokia, Converge ICT partnership to introduce affordable broadband solutions

Tata Communications announced that it has secured a Type B telecom license in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). The license entitles Tata Communications to provide Internet Service Provider (ISP) and related telecom services to enterprises in a defined capacity, along with local currency billing for end-customers in KSA. This will enable the company to make the shift from offering services as a foreign carrier in the Middle East to a local licensed service provider.

Read more: Tata Communications acquires telecom license enabling region-wide network transformation

Sri Lanka Telecom PLC (SLT), one of the leading telecom service providers in Sri Lanka, will deploy a fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network based on Nokia’s fiber technology. Supporting its accelerated fiber initiative, the deployment enables SLT to bring new, high-speed broadband services to more than 200,000 enterprise and residential users across the country.

Read more: Nokia, Sri Lanka Telecom partnership boosts acceleration of fibre network nationwide

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