Monday, 02 August 2021

Nokia steps in to fill Huawei’s 5G shoes for Orange Belgium and Proximus

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 09 October 20

Nokia continues to benefit from the maintained pressure on their Chinese rival, snapping up another pair of major 5G contracts

Yesterday, reports suggested that Belgian operator Proximus had begun the arduous process of gradually replacing Huawei equipment with that of Nokia. Today, it seems that Orange Belgium is set to do the same.   For Orange to follow Proximus here should come as no surprise – the two operators agreed to a mobile access network sharing agreement back in July 2019…

Yesterday, reports suggested that Belgian operator Proximus had begun the arduous process of gradually replacing Huawei equipment with that of Nokia. Today, it seems that Orange Belgium is set to do the same.   For Orange to follow Proximus here should come as no surprise – the two operators agreed to a mobile access network sharing agreement back in July 2019…

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