Nokia has signed a $300 million deal to expand one of China's GSM networks. When completed, it will cover most of the Fuijan province and will be in place by the end of 1998. As well as expanding the GSM 900 network, Nokia will also provide a GSM 1800 network.
Nokia and its joint venture, Beijing Nokia Mobile Telecommunications, will jointly deliver the high capacity Nokia mobile switching centres, transit switching centres, home location registers, base station controllers and base stations as well as the Nokia NMS/2000 network management system and cross-connect equipment.
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