Three big signatures of the Chinese mobile panorama have been licensed to become virtual phone operators in Chinese soil. We're talking about Xiaomi, Lenovo and Foxconn.
For readers who weighed out wondering what a virtual phone operator is, here's a brief explanation. A virtual phone operator is a company that offers mobile telephony services without having network infrastructure or licenses for various frequencies. These companies, utilizing real-estate infrastructure agreements, provide the phone services we are used to, such as phone calls, SMS and mobile data, but they charge their rates.
With this move, the three Chinese giants will have the opportunity to further expand their presence on the market, marketing their smartphones also combined with full tariff plans. For Xiaomi, in addition to the spread of its smartphones and MIUI, this move is another important step in consolidating its dominance in China.
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