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WSJ: Apple and China Mobile finalize iPhone deal

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Dec
2013

Apple and China Mobile have signed a deal to start selling iPhones in the region, a person familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal. China Mobile has secured licenses to operate a 4G LTE service in China, alongside other mobile operators, and will launch a new brand for its 4G network at a December 18th event. The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c will then be available in China Mobile stores, although an actual iPhone launch for the carrier has not been confirmed. Recent reports have also suggested that China Mobile will finally start selling the iPhone later this month. Apple is expected to sell an additional 1.5 million iPhones per month through China Mobile, and up to 20

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