Ericsson (China), the Greater China unit of the Swedish mobile-telephone maker, is taking advantage of the liberalisation in the mainland's telecommunications market by teaming up with Chinamotion.com to develop a mobile Internet service. Chinamotion.com - a subsidiary of CM Telecom International - and Ericsson hope to 'capture opportunities in the mobile Internet markets in China by maximising the utilisation of existing resources', according to a memorandum of understanding. Ericsson is to apply its advanced technologies and infrastructure over Chinamotion.com's nationwide network, including its wireless access protocol which allows mobile-phone users to access the Internet using handsets, mobile e-mail platform and Bluetooth technology. 'We are confident that we will be heating a Big Bang in China's mobile Internet sector on the basis of our joint advantages with Ericsson's advanced technologies and Chinamotion.com's nationwide sales network,' Chinamotion.com chairman Tony Hau Tung-ying said. Last week, Liu Cai, head of the Ministry of Information Industry's policy and rules department, was quoted as saying Beijing was likely to issue new rules on non-state investment in telecommunications, including the Internet, by the end of June. Ericsson, Motorola and Nokia dominate the mainland's 45 million-strong mobile-phone market.