China Mobile’s chairman and chief executive Wang Jianzhou, speaking at the GSMA Mobile Asia Congress in Macau on Tuesday, said his company is “continuing talks with Apple Inc. to launch the iPhone in the world’s largest mobile market,” V. Phani Kumar reports for MarketWatch.
Kumar reports, “He said that Apple was ‘very, very successful’ not only with the iPhone, but also with the application downloads from the Apple store. ‘We have [non-]disclosure agreements with Apple, so I can’t disclose many details. All I can say is that China is still interested in [bringing the] iPhone into China Mobile markets,’ he said.”
Kumar reports, “China, the world’s largest mobile-services market with more than 600 million subscribers, is one of the few big markets in Asia where the iPhone is still not formally launched.”
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