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UPDATED: 11:06, November 11, 2004
Unicom Phone compatible with Little Smart
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Chinese mobile phone users can soon send text messages to their friends attached to different network providers as trail services launched in Shanghai, China Radio International reported Wednesday.

From Wednesday, mobile users of China Unicom can send text messages to phones of Xiaolingtong, or Little Smart in English, a service provided by Shanghai China Telecom, for RMB15 cents a message.

Little Smart users will be able to send their messages to a Unicom phone for RMB8 cents.

Last month China Mobile begun its compatible service with Little Smart in Shanghai on message sending, and business have been growing rapidly.

Little Smart services started in 1996. The PHS-based service is popular because of the one-way charge and lower tariffs than major competitors, China Mobile and China Unicom, which based on GSM and CDMA.

Source: CRIENGLISH


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