China Telecom Has Room To Run Up To $68

Forbes - 4 Nov, 2011
China Telecom is an integrated telecom service provider of China offering both mobile and landline services. It faces stiff competition from market leader China Mobile and also from China Unicom. The company makes money primarily from its mobile ...

Chinese iPhone Users Pushing Apple Stock North Of $500

Forbes - 4 Nov, 2011
Apple registered record sales of $4.5 billion in China, or 16% of total sales, in the company's most recent quarter. In fiscal year 2011, revenues in China grew to $13 billion, or 13% of total sales, up from about $3 billion, or 2% of total sales, ...

Beijing to get free Wi-Fi with obvious strings attached

Register - 4 Nov, 2011
Over the next five years Beijing will get 480000 free Wi-Fi hotspots, but using them will require a mobile number and an agreement to have your activities tracked and monitored. The network is being put together ...

China Unicom Milking iPhone Monopoly, Deserves $22 Stock Price

Forbes - ‎Nov 2, 2011‎
China Unicom announced its Q3 results recently, reporting revenues of $24 billion and an ever expanding subscriber base with net additions of 21.6 million in the first three quarters of 2011. The company saw favorable growth in its mobile business in ...

China Mobile Skirts Apple to Add 5 Million IPhone Users: Tech

San Francisco Chronicle - ‎Oct 31, 2011‎
AP source: Big East to invite Boise St, 5 others 11.01.11 Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- China Mobile Ltd. failed to get Apple Inc.'s cooperation to make iPhones for its proprietary 3G network. That didn't stop the carrier from signing up almost 5 million users ...

China Mobile Skirts Apple to Add 5 Million IPhone Users: Tech

BusinessWeek - ‎Oct 31, 2011‎
By Bloomberg News Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- China Mobile Ltd. failed to get Apple Inc.'s cooperation to make iPhones for its proprietary 3G network. That didn't stop the carrier from signing up almost 5 million users of the smartphone in four months. ...

China Mobile Skirts Apple to Add 5M IPhone Users

Bloomberg - ‎Oct 31, 2011‎
By Bloomberg News - Mon Oct 31 22:59:42 GMT 2011 A subway passenger speaks on a mobile phone near a sign advertising China Mobile Ltd.'s promotion for Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4. A subway passenger speaks on a mobile phone near a sign advertising China ...

Apple's 2012 iPhone 4S China Debut To Help Lift The Stock To $510

Forbes - ‎Oct 31, 2011‎
Apple will significantly expand its iPhone presence in China in the first half of 2012, as China Telecom adds a CDMA version of the smartphone its portfolio, driving sales in the fast growing Asian market, according to analysts at UBS. ...

China Unicom Banks on iPhone

TheStreet.com - 4 Nov, 2011
By Trefis 11/03/11 - 04:17 PM EDT The following commentary comes from an independent investor or market observer as part of TheStreet's guest contributor program, which is separate from the company's news coverage. NEW YORK (Trefis) -- China ...

Telecom complaints in China rise 13.8% in Q3

Telecompaper (subscription) - 4 Nov, 2011
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) of China has published a report on the telecommunication service quality in China for the third quarter, reports China Tech News. About 17099 telecommunication service complaints were received ...

Beijing rolling out huge, free WiFi network in November

myce.com - ‎Nov 2, 2011‎
The city of Beijing is getting set to launch a massive, free, public WiFi network at the end of this month. The service will be called the “My Beijing” wireless network and it will be backed by three of the country's most prominent telecommunications ...

China iPhone demand drives Apple's growth

MSN Money - ‎Nov 2, 2011‎
More than half of the company's value comes from its iconic phone, and business could grow significantly as it pushes further into the world's largest mobile market. By Trefis on Wed, Nov 2, 2011 4:42 PM China is Apple's (AAPL) fastest-growing region ...

China Mobile Sells Wi-Fi Service for iPhones as it Haggles with Apple for Contract

Trefis (subscription) - ‎Nov 2, 2011‎
China Mobile (NYSE:CHL), the world's largest telecom service provider with 634 million users as of September 2011, has succeeded in finding alternate ways to sell the Apple's (NYSE:AAPL) iPhone on its network even without a deal being struck between ...

Apple Skips TD-CDMA, China Mobile Not Getting iPhone 4S Officially

All about the iPhone - ‎Nov 2, 2011‎
by Ankur on November 2, 2011 · We talked about China and Apple before. For Apple, China is a big market and they sure are going aggressive there. However Apple's flagship product, the iPhone isn't available on China Mobile, China's largest carrier yet. ...

Beijing Set To Roll Out Massive Free Public WiFi Network This Month (But ...

TechCrunch - ‎Nov 2, 2011‎
Rip Empson is a writer at TechCrunch. He's not here to make friends, he's here to WIN, and don't you forget it. You can reach him at rip[at]techcrunch[dot]com ' Learn More At the end of this month, China's capital city will begin rolling out free WiFi ...

China Mobile To Ramp Up WiFi Coverage

CapitalVue - ‎Nov 2, 2011‎
November 2 -- The negotiations between China Mobile (0941.HK) and Apple Inc. regarding the introduction of iPhones were terminated, and Apple will not be producing phones that run on the former's TD-SCDMA network, reports yicai.com, citing an unnamed ...

Low cost smartphones to spur China demand for data in 2012

The Asset - ‎Nov 2, 2011‎
The broadening availability of low cost smartphones (1000 renminbi or USD150) in China will fuel demand in 2012, making wireless data a mass-market phenomenon. Data so far had a disappointing effect on China's telecommunications earnings. ...

China Spurs Growth of Mobile Internet

HispanicBusiness.com (press release) - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
A senior expert said Monday that China will take greater strides in promoting the development of its mobile Internet sector. Wang Xiujun, chief engineer of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), said that the government will step ...

Pearl Research Publishes October Newsletter

RedlineChina - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
The mobile games market in China and Korea is forecasted to grow by more than 60% in 2011. Trends in the market: - Smartphone game sales are starting to account for the majority of mobile game sales. Approximately 50% of game sales in China are for ...

China Mobile Attracts 5 Million iPhone Users, Without Apple Deal

ITProPortal - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
China Mobile is doing its best to get around Apple's refusal to offer iPhones for its 3G network. China Mobile, the world's largest carrier by number of subscribers, has managed to hold on to its high-end customers by offering extensive Wi-Fi hotspots ...

China Mobile lures 5 million new iPhone users with Wi-Fi, rebates

BGR - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
China Mobile has yet to convince Apple to partner on an iPhone that supports its proprietary TD-SCDMA 3G network, but that hasn't stopped the carrier from attracting customers to the device. In fact, China Mobile added 5 million new iPhone users in ...

iPhone Users on China Mobile Aren't Using 2G Data Speeds, They're Using Wi-Fi ...

Cult of Mac - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
An interesting report from Bloomberg takes a look at 5 million iPhone users on the largest and most valuable carrier in the world, China Mobile. What's surprising about China Mobile's iPhone user base is the fact ...

China ends September with 952.31 mln mobile subs

Telecompaper (subscription) - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
China ended September with 952.31 million mobile subscribers in September, up 1.3 percent from August and up 14.3 percent year-on-year. Of the total, 102.46 million are 3G users, the Digitimes reports citing figures from the Ministry of Industry and ...

China Mobile Failed to Make A Deal with Apple, but Still Signed up 5mn iPhone

Dice News - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
China Mobile Ltd. (941) was unsuccessful in making collaboration with Apple Inc. (AAPL)'s to make iPhones for its owned 3G network. But it still did not prevent the Chinese company to sign up nearly 5mn users of its Smartphone in the last 4 months. ...

Here's How China Mobil Sold Millions of iPhones without 3G

Wall St. Cheat Sheet - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHL) was not able to get Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ:AAPL) to manufacture iPhones for its 3G network. Even so, the carrier still signed up almost 5 million smartphone users in four months. How did they do it? ...

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Johnson & Johnson, China Unicom, Apple ...

PR Newswire (press release) - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
CHICAGO, Nov. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. ...

China Mobile calls for iPhone 5 to support TDD-LTE

Developing Telecoms (press release) - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
One of China Mobile's general managers has stated his belief that the next iPhone will not only support LTE tech, but could potentially provide services over both the unpaired TDD and the paired FDD versions of LTE spectrum. ...

Hey, T-Mobile USA: Here's A Tip From China Mobile On How To Sell The iPhone

paidContent.org - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
T-Mobile is the last major carrier in the US not to have the iPhone"a consequence of the device's radio chipsets being different from those that work on T-Mobile's 3G network. The operator seems resigned to this fact, but things could be different if ...

China Mobile doubles iPhones without Apple deal

Rethink Wireless - ‎Nov 1, 2011‎
Attempts to secure an iPhone for China Mobile's TD-SCDMA network have resulted in one of the most twisted negotiation sagas in the wireless industry, with the carrier reportedly pulling back from deals at least four times over the ...

China mobile phone users top 952 million in September

Digitimes - ‎Oct 31, 2011‎
There were 952.31 million subscribers of mobile communication services in China as of September 2011, growing 1.30% on month and 14.28% on year, and 102.46 million, or 10.76%, of them were 3G users, according to statistics from the Ministry of Industry ...

 

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