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Mobile & Wireless

China Telecom launches 4G services

Monday 17 February 2014 | 00:21 CET | News
China Telecom has officially launched its TD-LTE service on 14 February, which will be expanded to almost 100 cities. In the initial phase of the launch, the 4G service packages include monthly, half-yearly, and yearly plans. The operator also said it has over ten models of data devices available that support the network. Monthly plans start at CNY 70 for 1 GB of data and range to CNY 280 for 10 GB of data per month, while the six month plan costs CNY 300 for 6 GB, and the one-year plan is priced at CNY 600 for 12 GB of data.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: China Telecom
Countries: China
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