Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
In the past decade, the Mobile Telecommunications industry in China has developed rapidly with strong growth in service subscribers. Services provided by the industry are increasing in scope and speed, replacing those provided by the Wired Telecommunication industry in China (IBISWorld industry report 6011).
In the five years through 2014, revenue from the Mobile Telecommunications industry in China has been increasing at an annualized rate of 10.7%. In 2014, industry revenue is expected to grow 13.7% to $170.6 billion, and account for about 75.0% of revenue of China's telecommunication sector as a whole. Within this industry, the mobile data service segment has expanded rapidly, while the paging services segment has almost disappeared.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
The Mobile Telecommunications industry in China operates as an oligopoly. China's mobile communications market is dominated by three carriers, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom, which make up a joint market share of nearly 96.0%. These three companies employ more than 70.0% of employees in the industry and have subsidiaries or branches in virtually every city in China. Other firms are mainly value-added service providers, 90.0% of which are small or medium-sized enterprises.
Industry competition is expected to intensify with the growth of China Telecom and burgeoning 3G-related services. China Mobile and China Unicom will continue strengthening their positions in the market, while China Telecom will develop its own business to compete for market share... purchase to read more