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Mobile & Wireless

China Unicom to sell iPhone 5 before year-end

Monday 12 November 2012 | 00:56 CET | News
China Unicom is expected to begin selling Apple iPhone 5 devices by the end of this year. The company further hopes to end this year with 100 million 3G users, Reuters reports. "The iPhone 5 is currently being tested by the authorities, and we'll begin selling it once it has been approved," China Unicom chairman Chang Xiaobing said. At the end of September the company reported 66.86 million 3G customers.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / China Unicom
Countries: China
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