China Unicom

Report: China Unicom To Start Selling iPhone 4S This Month

A government permit has been received by the  world’s second largest carrier, China Unicom, in the world’s largest mobile phone market, to start selling the iPhone 4S in mainland China this month, as per two Chinese-based news outlets. However, according to another source, the permit has been issued for the iPhone 4, not the 4S.

Rumor: iPhone 5 Supports HSPA+ 4G Technology

As a result of Apple’s announcement of a new iPhone less than one week before, China Unicom has revealed during a presentation at Macworld Asia that the iPhone 5 will support HSPA+ networks. According to PC Watch, Japanese IT news website, Research Vice President of China Unicom, Huan Wenliang, stated at keynote speech that iPhone

China Unicom Kicks Off $10 iPhone Plan To Curb Rivals

The president of China Unicom, Lu Yimin, told investors Tuesday night that his company had started to offer a particularly low-cost iPhone plan. The 66 yuan ($10) plan was about a third cheaper than before and is designed to restrain moves from other carriers. Company CEO, Chang Xiaobing, observed a “trend” towards rival carriers offering