Alcatel-Lucent, G-Mobile to deploy small cell base stations in Mongolia

Alcatel-Lucent and G-Mobile will deploy small cell base stations to improve 3G mobile broadband coverage in densely populated areas such as shopping malls and stadiums in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar. G-Mobile’s initial small cell deployment will provide better coverage and boost capacity for its wireless 3G network in densely populated locations such as malls and stadiums where quality coverage is often limited. Alcatel-Lucent will provide its light Radio small cells portfolio including the 9362 Enterprise Small Cells and 9764 Metro Cells Outdoor solutions, together with integration and technical support for high quality and rapid deployment.

Small cells improve the quality of mobile coverage–both for voice and high speed data access–by making more effective use of available wireless spectrum. Small cells are a key element in The Shift Plan, Alcatel-Lucent’s industrial strategy to re-position the ccompany as a specialist vendor of IP Networking and Ultra-Broadband Access,”

-Company statement.

The city, which is home to approximately 45% of the country’s population, will be the location of an initial deployment to be followed by an expansion in 2014 covering the greater Ulaanbaatar area and other major Mongolian cities in 2014. Small and compact, Alcatel-Lucent’s small cells can be placed inconspicuously in internal and external environments, offering a lower cost-per-bit solution for adding 3G mobile broadband coverage and capacity compared to traditional macro cells, repeaters, or distributed antenna systems (DAS).

“Small cells will enable us to sell many more smart devices and increase our market share among both households and enterprises,”BasBish.D, CEO of G-Mobile.

This small cell solution is the very first of its kind in the Mongolian telecom sector. By adding capacity and coverage exactly where it is needed Alcatel-Lucent’s lightRadio small cell technology has opened up the possibilities for expanding our business relationship with G-Mobile.

Daniel Rosie, country senior officer of Mongolia for Alcatel-Lucent.

Mobicom Investigated For Excessive Postpaid Charges

Mongolian mobile operator Mobicom has been found to charge excessive prices for postpaid services. Following complaints, the Authority for Fair Competition and Consumer Protection investigated the issue, reports. After finding evidence of excessive charges, the authority put the company on notice. Mobicom responded with a statement saying it had charged excessively due to a postpaid service contractor’s payment imbalance on 26 October. The Authority is now investigating further to see if 26 October was the first infraction or part of a pattern. Mobicom could be facing a MNT 10 million fine if found to have charged excessively intentionally. 

Mongolia Finalizes LTE Cooperation Deal with KT Corp

The Mongolian government has signed a cooperation agreement with South Korean telco KT Corp to introduce 4G LTE technology in the country. KT Corp has held a 40% stake in Mongolia Telecom since the company was partially privatized in August 1995. The Mongolian mobile market was home to around 3.45 million subscribers at the end of June 2013, translating to a population penetration rate of roughly 120%.

MobiCom Corporation launches McAfee Mobile Security for the first time in Mongolia

MobiCom Corporation launches McAfee Mobile Security for the first time in Mongolia

MobiCom Corporation has started offering McAfee Mobile Security, the complete mobile security. McAfee Mobile Security app has led in the Information Technology Council of South East Asian Countries and in the Best Android Mobile Security App, held by Information Technology of Singapore.

The mobile security app protects smart phones and tablets from all types of viruses, generated by operation systems and internet connections for 24 hours and locks data and in case your smart phone was lost or broken, it informs you the SIM card number, inserted to your smart phone and the location.

Mobicom(Mongolia) to launch Samsung GALAXY Note II

Samsung GALAXY Note II in Mongolia and Mobicom is proud to be launching the device into the Mongolian market in early November 2012 following closely behind its release in major European, Asian, and Middle East markets.

Since the first introduction of the GALAXY Note category, Samsung has continued to enhance and expand the GALAXY Note product experiences with a number of software and OS upgrades.

With a mighty 1.6GHz Quad-Core processor, the Galaxy Note II delivers easy multitasking, lightning-fast screen transitions, powerful browser performance, and minimal app load time. In Mongolia it will be available with 16 GB and 32 GB memory options with an expandable micro SD memory slot with up to 32 GB memory.

The GALAXY Note II comes with an 8 megapixel rear-facing with auto-focus and LED flash and 1.9 megapixel front-facing camera with HD video recording.
The Galaxy Note II has an 8 megapixel camera at the back with auto-focus and LED Flash and features a 1.9 megapixel camera for video calling.

Available in Marble White or Titanium Gray color options, the Samsung GALAXY Note II is set to launch in the Mongolian market in November 2012.

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