Sorry, no definitions found.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Currently, we still have a large number of Xiaolingtong subscribers, who bring in significant revenue.
The hardest nut to crack is figuring out how to deal with both 3G service and Xiaolingtong.
In the development of the two giant fixed-line operators, Xiaolingtong played quite an important role in keeping customers and maintaining profit.
But now, Xiaolingtong has come to a turning point.
When 3G network licenses are issued, how will you dispose of your current business of Xiaolingtong (a similar but more basic wireless service operated by China's fixed-line companies)?
China Netcom, which previously used PHS, known locally as "Little Smart" or Xiaolingtong, as a low-cost alternative to true mobile services offered by
Japanese operators, the world's first into 3G, look set to be early 4G entrants as well China's MIIT is determined to bring down the curtain on the still-popular low-cost Xiaolingtong mobile service
Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.