Cameraphone manufacturer, OPPO, has announced the opening of its first Australian Service Center, located in Sydney's Macquarie Park. The Service Center will serve as an easily accessible service hub for Australian OPPO customers, whether they choose to walk-in or send-in their devices for repair.

Read more: Chinese electronics firm opens customer service center in Sydney

Myanmar’s fourth mobile operator, MyTel, the brand name of Telecom International Myanmar Company, has launched 4G services in the Asian nation, and plans to expand its network to all 15 states and regions within a month, according to Myanmar Times. MyTel began distributing SIM cards in Nay Pyi Taw, eastern Bago and Kayin State earlier in March.

Read more: Myanmar’s fourth mobile operator launches 4G

PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT, Hong Kong's premier telecommunications service provider, and Virtutel, an Australia-based wholesale and enterprise telecommunications specialist, have signed a service agreement to bring hosted unified voice services to Australia and New Zealand using PCCW Global's multi-tenant nTwine Unified Communications-as-a Service (UCaaS) platform.

Read more: PCCW Global partners with Australian wholesale firm on unified voice services

Infomedia CEO, Michael Tomlins has claimed that regulation and industry maturity remain the key challenges preventing the mobile payments sector from scaling. Telecom Review Asia Pacific managed to secure an exclusive interview with the CEO of the UK-based firm in an effort to understand and explore some of the major trends that are emerging within the mobile payments industry. Tomlin outlined the company’s vision for the MENA and APAC regions and offered some predictions on how the market will evolve.

Read more: Infomedia CEO says regulation remains a major challenge in mobile payments industry

India’s largest telecommunications service provider, Bharti Airtel, has expanded its Voice over LTE (VoLTE) services in India, launching in Kolkata. Airtel VoLTE, which works over 4G, will enable customers across the city to “enjoy HD quality voice calls” with faster call set up time, the company said in a statement. Customers can call any mobile, landline network using the service.

Read more: India’s largest telco expands VoLTE services

Digital Realty, a leading global provider of data center, colocation and interconnection solutions, announced a partnership with Singapore Internet Exchange (SGIX) to provide local peering at Digital Realty's Singapore data center facilities in Jurong West and Loyang East. 

Read more: Global provider of data solutions partners with Singapore Internet Exchange

Norwegian telecom group Telenor's operator subsidiary in Thailand, Total Access Communication PLC (dtac), announced that its CEO Lars-Åke Norling has decided to leave the company to pursue new opportunities. The news came after dtac faced a major setback when it was announced that a much anticipated spectrum auction was delayed again.

Read more: dtac CEO steps down as Thai operator faces spectrum setback

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