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China Mobile Improves 5G Network, Doubles Sub By Millions

China Mobile significantly improved its user base, adding next-generation subs after it announced flat earnings for the first quarter of the year. Handset sales and ARPU of the company continue to drop because of the pandemic to the Chinese economy.

China Mobile has 851.2 million subscribers as of Jan. 31 of this year.

China Mobile Partners with ZTE and Qualcomm to Start 5G NR Testing

China Mobile has annpunced its plan of conducting interoperability testing as well as over-the-air field trials based on the 5G New Radio (NR) specs.

China Mobile and Alibaba are already working together on e-commerce and mobile payment.

Alibaba, China Mobile Create Cloud Strategy Partnership

Alibaba and China Mobile have joined together to build internet-related services as web users transfer to mobile devices.

China Mobile has 850 million subscribers.

China Mobile to Start 5G Tests in 2017

China Mobile has announced its plan of launching the trial run of 5G technology by 2017, rolling out around 10,000 5G base stations by 2020.

Samsung's 5G testing with China Mobile will help to strengthen the relationship of the two companies.

Samsung and China Mobile Successfully Complete 5G Testing

Samsung and China Mobile have finished the testing of a new 5G network technology.

Alibaba closed at $104.64 per share on the New York Stock Exchange.

Alibaba Becomes Asia's Most Valuable Company

Alibaba has become the most valuable company in Asia; with a market value of more than $266 billion.

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China to Begin Test on 5G Network in 2017 Ahead of Launch in 2020

China's three biggest state-run telecommunications company are preparing their respective infrastructure with the objective of testing 5G technology. China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom are all working on their networks to prepare it for a possible national 5G network launch by 2020.

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China Unicom Plans to Drop Domestic Long Distance, Roaming Charges Soon

China Unicom, in the face of relentless competitors, has announced that it is finally dropping roaming fees and other service charges within the coming months. China Unicom hastily followed suit after its rival China Mobile announced that it is dropping some service charges to lower customer bills.

China Mobile attributed the performance to increased in 4G business and data traffic usage.

China Mobile Revenue Increases in the Half of 2016

China Mobile has announced that its profits increased by 5.6 percent year-on-year in the first half this year. The drop has been attributed to strong growth in wireless data traffic revenue and 4G mobile business.

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China Mobile Reports 430 Million 4G Subscribers

China Mobile has revealed that its 4G mobile subscribers grew by more than 19 million in the month of June. The company currently has a total of more than 429 million subscribers, a figure that is larger than the population of the United States.

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China's 4G Subscriber Base Reaches 591 Million

China has witnessed an increase in the number of 4G subscribers in the country, with the addition of around 28.8 million new subscribers in June. The number of 4G subscribers in the country grew to a total of 591 million.

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China Mobile Successfully Rolls out VoLTE Network

China Mobile has announced that it has successfully deployed its VoLTE network. The telecommunications company also revealed that its VoLTE network now covers more than 300 cities and supports more than five million active users.

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China Mobile, Huawei Work Together to Create World’s First User-Centric Network System in Shanghai

China Mobile recently announced its partnership with Huawei to bring 4.5G technology Distributed MIMO to 4G network at Bund, a spot in Shanghai known for its high Internet traffic density and tricky wireless network.

China Mobile Plans to Enter Insurance Market

China Mobile to Make Foray into Insurance Segment with 2 Billion Yuan Investment

China Mobile is planning to diversify its portfolio by entering insurance business. According to the online financial magazine, Caixin, the wireless carrier is planning to infuse 2 billion yuan ($305.6 million) for gaining foothold in the sector.

China Mobile and Ericsson Team Up to Foster 5G Technology

China Mobile and Ericsson Team Up to Foster 5G Technology

China Mobile Ltd. has announced today that they signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MoU") with Sweden's Ericsson to foster the research and development of various 5G Technology.

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