Xiaomi Announces Mi Mobile Virtual Carrier In China

Posted: Sep 22 2015, 11:23am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 22 2015, 8:51pm CDT, in News | Technology News

Xiaomi announces Mi Mobile virtual carrier in China

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Xiaomi Mi Mobile offers two plans

Along with the launch of Mi 4c , Xiaomi announced the new Mi Mobile service in China.

The new MVNO (or mobile virtual network operator) service from Xiaomi will be put forth for purchasers voice and data services and utilize China Unicom or China Telecom networks.

Under Xiaomi Mi Mobile's pay-as-you-go services, buyers will be charged CNY 0.10 per voice minute, SMS, and 1MB data. The service supports China Unicom 2G, 3G, and 4G systems.

It will be available starting today through Xiaomi’s online store. Under the second plan, purchasers will get a 3GB data bundle for CNY 59 every month.

Under this offer, customers will need to pay CNY 0.02/MB for data and CNY 0.10 per voice minute, SMS or 1MB data (in the wake of surpassing 3GB data cap).

It supports China Telecom 2G, 3G, and 4G services and will be available in public beta starting October.

The Mi Mobile SIM cards will be available as triple-cut SIM card, which implies it could be instantly usable with phone supporting mini, micro or nano-SIM cards.

Surely, Mi Mobile is the Xiaomi’s first step in the telecom business. Let’s see if it works well or not.

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