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China Broadnet has officially launched its services, joining China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom to become the country’s fourth mobile operator.

The state-owned telecom operator launched its official website to debut 5G mobile phone services on 27 June 2022. Integrating local radio and TV carriers across China, this service brings new developments to the integration of national cable TV networks and 5G.

In 2019, China Broadnet obtained its 5G commercial license from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. It has been assigned the 700 MHz band to cater for wireless network developments nationwide. China Broadnet has also entered into an agreement with China Mobile to share its network.

According to China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), the total number of mobile phone users reached 1.66 billion as of end of May. Of which, 428 million were 5G users, up 73.34 million from the previous year.

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