Brands pursue the ‘Chinese Dream’, growing total brand value by a record 23% to US$683.9 billion. Technology giant Tencent has retained the coveted title of China’s most valuable brand for a fourth consecutive year, achieving a brand value of US$132.2 billion, a 25% year-on-year increase, according to WPP and Kantar Millward Brown’s 2018 BrandZ™ Top […]
China’s three major telecoms operators recently released earning data for the first three quarters of 2017. China Mobile is the largest of the three and possesses obvious strengths; China Telecom is experiencing rapid growth; China Unicom has finally hurdled recent difficulties and reported an increase of 155% in net profits, but this still leaves it […]
China Mobile’s operating revenue reached 708.4 billion yuan in 2016, representing an increase of 6.0% from the previous year according to its official financial results.
China’s mobile internet develops rapidly, and mobile internet users in the four-tier cities begin to rise according to a recent report from TalkingData.
By the end of Q2 2015, the penetration rate of smartphones has reached 65.5% in China urban regions, an increase of 4.3% compared with the previous quarter and an increase of 18.9% year over year. The penetration rate of China Mobile smartphone users was the highest which reached 66.3% according to Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
iResearch released a report on Chinese electronic payment users in 2015, which shows data of China e-payment and its users.
The number of Chinese brands continues to grow with 14 brands in BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands, up from one (China Mobile) in 2006, and an increase of 1004% in value. And, most of the brands that have been ‘pushed out’ of the Top 100 by China were from Europe.
Kantar Worldpanel’s latest research showed that iOS market share was decreasing in 2 months in the US, Germany, Britain, Italy and Spain in 2015. However, in China, iOS market share was still growing in four consecutive months since November 2014.
Tencent becomes the most valuable Chinese brand for the first time in the fifth annual BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands, followed by Alibaba and China Mobile.
China Mobile substantially leveraged its first-mover advantages in 4G services and accelerated the migration of customers to 4G network. As of 30 September 2014, China Mobile customers reached 799 million, among which 40.95 million were 4G customers. Recently, it set the goal for 150 million 4G subscribers in 2015, which can be doubled from 2014. […]
In 1998 in China, monthly call duration per user of China Mobile was 393 minutes and monthly phone bill was RMB366 ($44.2) per user. It was the beginning of China mobile era in China; however, in 2012, call duration increased to 512 minutes while monthly phone bill decreased to RMB68 ($10.76).
Interbrand, a brand consultancy company, released its 2014 Best China Brands report last week. Tencent claims the #1 position with China Mobile dropping to #2.