China Mobile Ltd. said it plans to introduce a new brand for mobile services on Dec. 18th, raising expectations of an imminent start to its iPhone sales in the country. The launch is expected during the company’s 4G global partners conference in Guangzhou, according to China Mobile’s website. An executive at the world’s largest mobile operator has said it is ready to start fourth-generation mobile services, though China has yet to issue 4G licenses. In September, China’s Telecom Equipment Certification Center gave Apple Incorporated the final license necessary for the iPhone to run on China Mobile’s network.
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