Posts Tagged ‘China Netcom’

Internet Services In China Affected By Typhoon

For about a day, businesses and computer users have been complaining about the near-shutdown of Internet services in China. According to information from China Unicom, due to the FNAL/RNAL cable breakdown caused by Typhoon Morakot last week, the Internet communication between China and other countries and regions such as the United States and Europe has […]


China Unicom Machine Room Problems Caused Network Interruptions In Beijing

Have you been having Internet connection problems recently in Beijing?


China Approves Issuance Of 3G Licenses

China’s State Council has announced that it approves China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to start the issuing of 3G licenses and it will continue to support the development and promotion of the Chinese-made TD-SCDMA wireless technology.


Hong Kong Agrees On Privatization Of PCCW

The Office of the Telecommunications Authority of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has announced that it has agreed on allowing privatizing PCCW, one of the largest and most comprehensive communications providers in Hong Kong.


China Unicom Acquires Fixed Lines In 21 Southern Chinese Provinces

China Unicom (Hong Kong) Limited has announced plans to invest CNY6.43 billion to acquire the fixed-line business in Tianjin and 21 southern Chinese provinces from its major shareholders China Unicom Group and China Netcom Group.


China Unicom To Construct 3G Trial Networks In Seven Chinese Cities

China Unicom (CHU) has started the deployment of its WCDMA trial networks and it plans to set up the networks first in seven Chinese cities, including Shanghai, Shenzhen, Foshan, Liuzhou, Zhengzhou, Baoding and Wuxi.


Parent Companies Of China Unicom, China Netcom Will Merge In January 2009

According to a report published by China Unicom (CHU), the parent companies of China Unicom and China Netcom will officially merge at the beginning of January 2009.


Beijing Netcom Reduces Charge For 2M Broadband

Having upgraded the highest speed of its ADSL broadband to four megabytes, the China Netcom Beijing branch has now started to reduce the fee for its two megabytes ADSL broadband and the price has been formally decreased to CNY168 from November 2008.


China Unicom Enters SNS Sector

Chinese telecom operator China Unicom (CHU) has opened a social networking services website called u-powerbook.com, targeting at the young users of its Up-Power brand.


MIIT Orders Chinese Telecoms To Share Telecom Infrastructure

Any hopes from foreign telecom operators that China’s recent fragmentation of its telecommunications sector would usher in a new era of decreased monopolization should be chagrined that the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China has just issued a circular that requires China Telecom (CHA), China Mobile (CHL) and China Unicom (CHU) to promote […]