“China Mobile added more high-speed data customers in January than at any other point in its history, bringing on more than 14 million new 3G subscribers in the company’s first month as one of Apple’s official carrier partners,” Shane Cole reports for AppleInsider.

“The world’s largest wireless carrier saw 3G subscriptions increase by 7.4 percent in January, more than 25 percent higher than its sub-6-percent growth rate in December,” Cole reports. “The numbers were revealed in a Thursday morning note to investors, obtained by AppleInsider, from Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White.”

Cole reports, “China Mobile began selling the iPhone on Jan. 17…”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers "Arline M.," "silverhawk1," and "Dan K." for the heads up.]