By Stock Gazer: China Telecom (NYSE:CHA) has shown stable growth and improvement in its performance in the telecom industry of the country as it welcomed 1.45 million new users in the month of July to its 3G network. This is the fifth month of reporting success in adding new subscribers to its 3G services. Show More Summary
Days after China Mobile, a.k.a. the world’s largest mobile carrier, started taking pre-orders for the iPhone 6, rivals China Telecom and China Unicom (the second and third-largest carriers in the country) have pointed out that they too will be selling … Read more ›
Following in the footsteps of China Mobile, Chinese carrier China Telecom has also begun taking preorders for the iPhone 6 ahead of the device's official launch in order to drum up interest with customers. As noted by TechCrunch, the...Show More Summary
China Telecom has a new pre-order page up for the iPhone 6, despite the fact that it’s still not official, and likely won’t be until Apple’s big unveiling event on September 9. The website depicts high quality renders of a new iPhone model as viewed from the side. Show More Summary
We're only days away from seeing the iPhone 6, but a few Chinese carriers may have already spilled a handful of details about the phone. China Telecom is already allowing customers to pre-order the iPhone 6 ahead of its unveiling on Sept. Show More Summary
By Dallas Salazar: There exists a parasite in the telecom industry that has eaten and is currently eating billions of dollars a year in revenues from telecom operators. This cancerous entity is slowly degrading the structural integrity of telecom operator balance sheets, income, and cash flow statements. Show More Summary
In the first case of its kind, a man in Shenzhen, Guangdong province sued China Unicom, China's second-biggest telecom operator, for failing to provide access to Google in recent months as its services have been blocked in the country. [ more › ]
China Telecom reported a steady improvement in its performance in the Chinese wireless subscriber market in July, as it gained about 1.45 million new 3G subscribers. This marked the fifth consecutive month of improvement in 3G user adds...Show More Summary
By Sarfaraz A. Khan: China Mobile (NYSE:CHL), the biggest player in China's enormous telecom market, with the largest subscriber base in the world, could continue to struggle with profits this year. But the company is eyeing a brighter future in the long term. Show More Summary
The carrier’s operating revenues grew 5.3% y-o-y to about RMB 166 billion ($27 billion) on account of increasing 3G service revenues and consistent growth in fixed broadband. Revenues from 3G service increased as the carrier added about 20 million new 3G users in the preceding one year period, taking its total 3G subscriber base to 107 million by the end of June 2014.
By Wall Street Breakfast: Economy In a grudging first step towards opening its state-dominated oil sector, China has granted a crude import license to non-state-owned Guanghui Energy. China's Ministry of Commerce stopped short of truly...Show More Summary
In its upcoming earnings release, we expect the company to report low single-digit y-o-y growth in operating revenues on account of a steady increase in fixed broadband users, but weak quarterly performance in terms of wireless subscriber growth.
Verizon, Telus, China Mobile and China Telecom are among a group of Tier 1 service providers that are working in conjunction with the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) and the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) to better understand how transport software defined networking (SDN) can be used in real-world environments.
Pretty much everyone already knows that the iPhone 6 is coming out next month, but one of Apple’s carrier partners in China just couldn’t hold onto the secret anymore, and announced to customers on Weibo that it will sell an … Read more ›
According to a Sina News report (via ZDNet), China Telecom this week briefly announced plans to sell an unlocked version of the iPhone 6 in order to compete with rival carriers. The Sina report sources a Weibo post from China Telecom's...Show More Summary
If you thought things were messy with U.S. networks, Verizon and Sprint using CMDA and AT&T and T-Mobile using GSM, things are even worse in China – with WCDMA, CDMA2000, CDMA1X, GSM, TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE all in use by different carriers in different combinations. The iPhone 6 may be about to make life a whole […]
VMware has closed deals with Japanese telecom provider SoftBank and China Telecom to expand its international presence. VMware’s share of revenues from international markets rose from 51.5% in 2011 and 2012 to 52.3% in 2013. This mix...Show More Summary
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