China Telecom Starts Selling iPhone 4S, Receives Over 200,000 Pre-orders

March 8th, 2012 in , , , ,


Major Chinese carrier China Telecom starts selling Apple’s iPhone 4S in China today, and the phone is available for sale at 2,850 retail outlets of China Telecom, and from local electronics retailers. Guess what, the carrier has taken more than 200,000 pre-orders, and still counting.
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iPhone 4S Receives Network Access Permit, Set to Go On Sale in China This Month

December 9th, 2011 in , , ,

Finally. Apple’s iPhone 4S has made progress towards debuting in China. On December 6, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), has officially issued the network access permit for the iPhone 4S. China Unicom is now preparing for the iPhone 4S release as early as Christmas, or probably New Year.
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How Nokia Hopes The New Lumia Will Light Up China

November 24th, 2011 in , , , , , , , , , ,

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The launch of the latest Nokia Lumia smartphones could revive Nokia’s presence across Asia and China in particular, but will they come quickly enough?
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iPhone 4S Finally Receives Network Access License in China?

November 21st, 2011 in , , , ,

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As we know, China Unicom is expecting to offer its customers the new iPhone 4S at some point later this year, and now it appears that it has just comes a little closer to reality and we could see the iPhone 4S making its debut in China in the not too distant future.

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China Unicom Reportedly Buys 2 Million Xiaomi Phones

March 18th, 2011 in , ,

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Xiaomi’s Android smartphone, introduced in China in August, is priced near cost at 1,999 yuan ($315), and 300,000 units of the phone were pre-ordered within 34 hours of its release, according to media reports. Following the success of 300k pre-orders through the Internet, Xiaomi’s given the go-ahead for a cooperation with telecom operators to further expand its sales channels. We might actually see China Unicom ordering 2 million phones from Xiaomi in the not too distant future.
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