China Mobile Ltd is a state-owned telecom providing mobile voice and multimedia services through a nationwide mobile network. It is listed in New York and Hong Kong and is the world's largest mobile phone operator with about 655 million subscribers as of January 2012.
China Mobile, the world's largest wireless network operator, is facing intense competition from other traditional telecommunications operators, as well as from internet firms that provide voice calls and short messaging services.Friday, 15 March, 2013, 5:35am
SmarTone Telecommunications, CSL, Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong and PCCW's HKT are to be invited by the legislative body's panel on information technology and broadcasting to discuss the issue on March 27, according to a Legco document.14 Mar 2013 - 6:41am
Efforts by Hong Kong's four leading mobile network service providers to renew their 3G spectrum is shaping up to be a battle of wills against China Mobile, the world's largest wireless network operator.13 Mar 2013 - 5:21am
Chinese telecoms officials have been speaking non-stop these last two weeks about 4G mobile networks, making the roll-out of commercial 4G services look almost inevitable as early as the third quarter of this year.12 Mar 2013 - 10:20am
The government, represented by the Communications Authority, is expected to decide on that plan in October, which would be exactly three years before the 3G spectrum licences of CSL, SmarTone Telecommunications, Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong and PCCW's HKT are due to expire.12 Mar 2013 - 6:29am
Our public officials like to crow that Hong Kong's telecommunications are the most competitive in the world, and they can indeed congratulate themselves on the transition from a stodgy, consumer-gouging monopoly 30 years ago.
But whether the accolade will continue to be deserved is now in question.12 Mar 2013 - 4:34am 3 comments
ZTE and Huawei are making new tactical moves on different fronts, with the former announcing a new tie-up with chip giant Intel as the latter defends its position in the lucrative European market.6 Mar 2013 - 10:21am
Nokia, once the undisputed leader of the mobile phone industry, aims to regain some ground from its rivals with the release on the mainland next quarter of affordable smartphones.
"We plan to be aggressive there," said Chris Weber, Nokia's executive vice-president for global sales and marketing.6 Mar 2013 - 5:05am
Dominant wireless carrier China Mobile is turning up its campaign to pressure the telecoms regulator to issue 4G licenses soon, this time through aggressive comments from its chairman at the world's biggest industry event taking place this week in Spain.27 Feb 2013 - 2:04pm
Based on data and other recent developments, it does indeed look like industry leader China Mobile could finally return to a growth track in the Year of the Snake after years of stagnation21 Feb 2013 - 9:15am