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China Unicom launches revamped Internet plan

By  Shen Jingting  (China Daily)

13:17, December 09, 2011

China Unicom's booth at an exhibition in Beijing. The company announced a mobile Internet alliance on Thursday with 31 industry partners, including Baidu Inc and Alibaba Group.(China Daily Photo)

BEIJING - China United Network Communications Group Co Ltd, also known as China Unicom, the parent company of the nation's second-largest telecom operator, has jumped ahead of its domestic rivals by announcing an overall mobile Internet strategy.

The company launched the "Wo-plus Opening System" on Thursday. The system will provide users with easy access to mobile Internet applications, allow developers to share the company's resources, provide effective application marketing both on and offline, and construct "smart pipes" to allow the precise allocation of network resources.

China Unicom also announced a mobile Internet alliance with 31 industry partners, including Baidu Inc, Alibaba Group, Huawei Technologies Co and the Spanish telecom company Telefonica SA.

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