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China Mobile has 75% of the China market (483 million subscribers), which they control mainly because of geographic restrictions.So China Mobile does not need to lure subscribers, rather it needs a new revenue stream that can shift handset revenues to services revenues, and shift marketing control from the OEMs like Nokia and Sony Ericsson to China Mobile.

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