Microsoft’s exclusive deal with China Telecom to bring the Xbox One to a huge new market could be the boost the company needs to begin catching up with the PlayStation 4, but one major detail might be curtailing sales before the console even launches: The price. Show More Summary
For quite a few years now, the Indian telecommunications giant Reliance Communications has been looking for a way to monetize its international networking assets. According to Telegeography, China’s CITIC Telecom is said to be preparing a bid, at least for the submarine cable part. Have they finally found a buyer? … [visit site to […]
Microsoft just signed deals with China Telecom and JD.com to launch the Xbox One across China.
Microsoft is collaborating with China Telecom to sell Xbox One this September, Reuters reports. The state-owned telecommunications company, among the largest in China with over 30 million broadband customers, will offer the system to consumers via contract. Show More Summary
Microsoft's Xbox One console will go on sale in China this September, thanks to a newly-announced agreement with the country's third-largest telecommunications firm China Telecom Corp Ltd. According to Reuters, this arrangement will make the Xbox...
The China-centric manufacturing company is only going to be doing just that: manufacturing the Xbox One. The company has been contracted to provide mainland China with 100,000 stock keeping units. Today, we learn that China Telecom Corporation will be the one to actually distribute the Xbox One.Click To Continue Reading
China Telecom, the country’s dominant fixed-line operator, will begin offering Microsoft’s Xbox One video game console in China starting September, its latest effort to seek growth from valued-added services.
The Xbox One will be the first game console to get a huge launch in the fast-growing Chinese market.
System will also be offered to general public at retail. Microsoft has partnered with China's third-largest telecommunications company to sell Xbox One starting in September.Click here to read the full article
One of China’s three largest telecommunications firm, China Telecom, revealed at a press conference yesterday that it will be the exclusive carrier partner of Microsoft’s Xbox One and will start selling it in September (as first reported by Reuters). Show More Summary
By Doug Young: China Telecom (NYSE:CHA) could quickly regain the growth momentum it lost in the first half of this year, with word that the smallest of the nation's 3 mobile carriers has already launched 4G service just weeks after getting a license for the business. Show More Summary
China Mobile plans to boost its 4G subscriber count and sales of 4G smartphones this year, and Apple is at the forefront to benefit from the aggressive expansion from the telecom giant.
A new joint telecom infrastructure company established by China Mobile and its two smaller rivals could undermine the mobile giant’s first-mover advantage in the speedier fourth-generation mobile services that China Mobile is betting on to turn around its operations.
Zong, a China mobile company and Pakistan’s fastest growing telecom network in the country announced the launch of its latest campaign, to honor its loyal consumers during the auspicious month of Ramadan. Titled ‘Zong Hajj Offer’, 40 Hajj packages will be given to 20 lucky winners. Show More Summary
Powered by the energy-efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8926 1.2GHz processor, the new Qing Yang 2 will support both the FDD-LTE and TD-LTE 4G network standards with capabilities to deliver data transmission rates of up to 150 Mbps on China Telecom’s network.
By Doug Young: After several false alarms, China's slow-moving telecoms regulator has finally made its highly anticipated award of 4G licenses to the nation's 2 smaller telcos, providing a much needed boost as they lose share to dominant telco China Mobile (CHL). Show More Summary
Zong, a China mobile company and Pakistan’s fastest growing telecom network announced the launch of its exciting ‘Super 3G’ service for consumers in Islamabad at a press conference. Previously, Zong had rolled out the ‘Super 3G’ service to its customers in Karachi and Lahore. Show More Summary
By Doug Young: Unicom, China Telecom lag in telecoms race. China's 2 smaller telcos, China Telecom (HKEx: 728; NYSE: CHA) and China Unicom (HKEx: 762; NYSE: CHU), are reportedly urging the telecoms regulator to quickly give them newShow More Summary