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New Austrian mobile service to start next year

10
Nov
2013

A new mobile operator plans to start up in Austria next year, bringing fresh competition into the market after Hutchison Whampoa’s takeover of Orange Austria. Mass Response is the second company to take advantage of cheap wholesale access to Hutchison’s network, which it was forced to offer as a condition of the takeover that reduced the number of Austrian mobile network operators to three from four. Liberty Global’s UPC, Austria’s biggest cable operator, also plans to offer mobile services on the back of Hutchison’s network as a so-called mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), but has not said when it will start.

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