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In China, the first virtual mobile operator

T.Mobile, a division of Telephone World Digital Group, has become the first Chinese virtual mobile network operator offering wireless voice and information services, according to Chinese media.

Telephone World Digital Group is one of the 19 companies that received the MVNO (Mobile virtual network operator, virtual mobile network operator) license. Other licensee companies that will also start work soon belong to the online commerce giant Alibaba Group and Suning, JD.com and D.Phone retailers.

Experts believe that competition between traditional and virtual mobile operators will boost China's telecommunications industry and balance prices. Nevertheless, many are cautious about the new product. So, one of the MVNO specialists expressed the opinion that virtual operators will not be able to somehow influence the market, which was divided by three state-owned telecommunications companies China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom. Considering the fact that a virtual operator needs at least 1 million subscribers to reach the level of self-sufficiency, the development of this market segment is unlikely to be rapid.

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