China Unicom launches 3G services officially

Monday 5 October 2009 | 03:44 CET | News
China Unicom has launched its 3G services officially on 1 October, following rivals China Mobile and China Telecom. China Unicom's 3G network is based on WCDMA technology and currently covers 258 cities in China, Xinhua reports. The company offers voice services, video calls, mobile TV, mobile music, mobile search, mobile newspapers, and mobile internet services. The operator has also begun selling the iPhone.

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