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Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Limited AMTA Congress – Carriers’ Roundtable. Steve Wright Director, Stakeholder Relations. 25 September 2003. What is ?. 3 is Australia’s only 3G mobile operator live person-to-person videocalling multimedia messaging (video, picture, text)

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hutchison telecommunications australia limited amta congress carriers roundtable

Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Limited AMTA Congress – Carriers’ Roundtable

Steve Wright

Director, Stakeholder Relations

25 September 2003

what is
What is ?
  • 3 is Australia’s only 3G mobile operator
      • live person-to-person videocalling
      • multimedia messaging (video, picture, text)
      • video news, sport, entertainment and finance
  • Initiated globally by Hutchison Whampoa (Hong Kong)
      • one of Australia’s biggest foreign investors
  • Successfully introducing leading technology – the world’s only multinational deployment of next generation mobile services
slide3

3G

‘Here and Now’

3g here and now
3G ‘Here and Now’
  • 3G networks implemented in UK, Italy, Australia, Sweden and Austria. Hong Kong, Ireland, Denmark, Israel and Norway to come
  • More than 50,000 sales in Australia
    • ‘First on 3’ intro offer NEC e606, Motorola A830 sold out
  • 3 sales passed 500,000 globally
    • More than 1 million by end 2003
  • 2 million NEC and Motorola handsets on order
strategic industry decisions
Strategic Industry Decisions
  • Telstra Clear is seeking a network supplier to deploy 3G in New Zealand
  • $53 million investment by Alcatel to develop Malaysia as its hub for 3G operations
  • Optus trialling 3G; SingTel implementing 3G in Singapore in 2004
  • Vodafone announced intention to implement 3G in 2005
    • Vodafone NZ in 2005; Australia “in discussions” for 3G partnership to offer services by 2005
  • All major manufacturers producing 3G handsets
    • Motorola, NEC, Nokia, LG, Samsung, Ericsson, Sanyo
industry comment upbeat
Industry Comment Upbeat
  • IDC predicts 30m smartphones in 2004; 140% 3G growth
  • Camera phones now outselling digital cameras*
  • Shosteck Research highlights efficiency of 3G technology with lower voice operating costs and enhanced profitability
    • 3G is “coming together…”
  • Stockbroker commentary says 3 “…is the real deal”

* Strategy Analytics

slide8

NEC e808N

  • 2 built-in cameras for Videotalk, video and picture messaging
  • QWERTY keyboard
  • Large viewing screen
  • 64 Meg memory
  • Modem
  • Email Client
slide9

Motorola A920

  • “All singing, all dancing” Motorola A920 now available
  • Setting the standard (Symbian Operating System)
  • Up to 128 Meg memory
  • Seven devices in one

Mobile phone – Email - PDA - MP3 Music - Games Digital camera - Video camera

slide10

Motorola A920

  • 65,000+ colour touch screen with 20 lines of text
  • Video and voice messaging; listen to email
  • Stylus navigation, handwriting recognition
  • Personal Information Management- sync to MS Outlook, Lotus Notes, Lotus Organizer
  • Integrated speakerphone
  • Email client
    • POP3 (including Ozemail and Yahoo) coming
the future
The future

To realise new revenues:

  • Mobile business must continue to evolve
      • Handsets, Content, Services
  • Personal and business tool
  • New capabilities which deliver value
    • True multimedia
    • Mobile office
    • M commerce (B2B, B2C , C2B)
  • Regulatory environment which supports innovation
the future here and now
The future: Here and Now

“I’d compare what 3 has done for mobile communications, to the day that fax machines revolutionised the postal scene”

-Mike Donegan, Men in Red.

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