Mobile solutions vendor, SmartTrans, has signed a binding agreement with China Mobile’s CMPay e-commerce centre that will allow SmartTrans to collect payment from China Mobile customers.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: DealsVictorian ICT firm, SmartTrans, has gained access to the burgeoning Chinese online shopping market, securing a deal with Double Eagle China to deliver its e-shopping payment cards, in partnership with China Merchants Bank.
Apple and China Mobile just announced that they’ve reached an agreement that will see the iPhone 5s and 5c launch on the China Mobile’s 4G and 3G networks early next year.
Pre-registration is supposed to begin on December 25, with phones actually available on January 17 of next year.
“China is an extremely important market for Apple and our partnership with China Mobile presents
According to Fortune, China Mobile has begun quietly taking pre-orders for Apple's iPhone 5s and 5c smartphones. The screenshot below reportedly originated on a website owned by a subsidiary of China Mobile.
A potential deal between Apple and China Mobile, China's (and the world's) largest mobile carrier has been in negotiation for more than six years.
China Mobile has finally signed a deal to offer Apple iPhones on its network, an agreement that took years to reach, reports the Wall Street Journal. China Mobile is the world’s largest mobile carrier, with more than 700 million subscribers, and is the last of China’s three major carriers to offer the iPhone. We have emailed Apple and China Mobile for more information.
After months of speculation, China Mobile will finally be the first carrier to offer 4G LTE in China on Dec. 18, followed by China Unicom and China Telecom, the country's other two major carriers. The news was confirmed by Xinhua, the Chinese government's official mouthpiece.
Last week, it came out that China Mobile and Apple had finally penned a deal to bring the iPhone to China’s largest mobile network, and now the Wall Street Journal reports that iPhone 5s pre-order sales begin this Thursday, with China Mobile’s new 4G services going live on Dec.
Computer manufacturer Dell on Monday confirmed that it's making mobile devices for China Mobile, the world's largest wireless carrier in terms of subscribers. This followed China Mobile's announcement in Beijing on Monday of its new mobile app store.