Apple, China Mobile sign iPhone deal

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NEW YORK: Apple on Sunday unveiled a long-anticipated deal with China Mobile, the world’s biggest wireless carrier, to bring the iPhone to customers in a market dominated by low-cost Android smartphones. The deal gives Apple a bigger entry into the huge Chinese market and China Mobile’s estimated 760 million subscribers. The network is also rolling out the world’s biggest 4G network. Under the agreement, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c phones will be available at China Mobile and Apple retail stores across mainland China starting January 17, Apple said in a…

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Apple, China Mobile sign iPhone deal

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NEW YORK: Apple on Sunday unveiled a long-anticipated deal with China Mobile, the world’s biggest wireless carrier, to bring the iPhone to customers in a market dominated by low-cost Android smartphones. The deal gives Apple a bigger entry into the huge Chinese market and China Mobile’s estimated 760 million subscribers. The network is also rolling out the world’s biggest 4G network. Under the agreement, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c phones will be available at China Mobile and Apple retail stores across mainland China starting January 17, Apple said in a…

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South Africa claim no regrets as debate rages on drawn cricket test match - Daily News & Analysis


Daily News & Analysis

South Africa claim no regrets as debate rages on drawn cricket test match
Daily News & Analysis
Most of South Africa's cricketers might have expected to wake up on Monday morning to headlines praising their valiant batting effort in saving the first test against India at the Wanderers. But instead the country was locked in a heated debate over ...
Five of Test cricket's greatest fourth inningsIBNLive
Cricket: Proteas fall just short in first test stalemateNew Zealand Herald
Cricket: South Africa, India draw epic 1st testThe News International
Independent Online -Reuters India
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