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News
Issue #2003 - 14 (April 2003)
(Updated Apr. 23, 2003)

MARKET OUTLOOK

China Grows to 221.5 Million Wireless Subscribers

According to China's Ministry of Information Industry, China added a total of 5.09 million new mobile phone subscribers in March. This puts China's total number of mobile subscribers at 221.5 million. However, the growth rate for the first quarter slowed in comparison to last year. New mobile phone users increased by an average of 4.95 million a month in the first quarter of 2003 compared to 5.11 million in the same period in 2002. (Source: Dow Jones Newswire)

MobileInfo Comments and Advisory: We are impressed with China's adoption of wireless. This is extraordinary growth.

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