Saturday, April 25, 2009

China mobile begin to sell its netbooks

China mobile begin to sell its netbooks made by Dell, HP, Lenovo, Haier and other Chinese companies. Two of China's largest electronics retailer chain, Gomei and Suning were said to start sell these 3G netbooks which have built-in TD-SCDMA modules. The USIM card, made by China mobile, will work as the wireless media to connect the netbook to the internet.

The internet account is bound with the users' mobile account. People who use it have to charge his account and the fee will be deducted from the mobile phone account.

At present, China mobile have four internet plans for the clients: 50,100,200,300.

China mobile put its TD-SCDMA network into use last April in eight cities include Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and other four cities. But the end user were not satisfied with China's first 3G network, problems including the signal was not well in many places and China mobile charge top dollar.