ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish telecommunications company Turkcell has signed an agreement with Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to use the Huawei Mobile Services Services App Ecosystem, Seth Wang, an official at Huawei Turkey, said on Wednesday. Turkish telecommunications company Turkcell has signed an agreement with Huawei for the use of Huawei Mobile Services (HMS). The Turkish company will use Huawei`s ecosystem to provide services to its customers. According to NTV, Huawei Seth Wang`s Turkey-CBG leaders and Turkcell CEO Murat Erkan confirmed the partnership at a press conference on strategic cooperation in Turkey`s mobile ecosystem. Huawei recently announced at a development event in Russia that it would invest $10 million for Huawei Mobile Services (HMS). Earlier, Huawei announced a $20 million investment plan to encourage British and Irish developers to integrate applications into the HMS ecosystem. Early last year, the United States banned Huawei from dealing with U.S. companies. While Huawei has viable and immediate alternatives to other aspects, Google Mobile Services seems irreplaceable.

Nevertheless, it is interesting to note that Huawei`s smartphone sales for the past year are pretty good. Turkish telecommunications company Turkcell also plans to sell 1 million phones with Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) applications. As part of this partnership, Turkish Telecom has begun to integrate HMS into nearly 30 telephone applications. These devices will be available in stores and online chains in early April. The CEO also revealed that they have begun work on integrating nearly 30 Turkcell applications into Huawei Mobile Services. The first set of Huawei aircraft sold in Turkey to perform the HMS will be available in April of this year. Without GMS, Huawei Mate 30 Pro is equipped with HMS service and its AppGallery Store to replace the Google Play Store. Turkcell said last year that Huawei was a reliable business partner and that its partnership was continuing. . The U.S. ban forced Huawei to find an alternative to Google`s mobile services. The Chinese giant has developed its own mobile application infrastructure called Huawei Mobile Services (HMS).

According to the latest news from Turkey, Turkish operator Turkcell has just signed a partnership with Huawei to use its mobile application infrastructure.