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How Did Chinese Wireless Carriers Fare In October?

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October turned out to be a strong month for the Chinese wireless industry, with the three major carriers together adding close to 10 million subscribers. China Telecom , the smallest of the three wireless players fared the best, adding 4.22 million subscribers,
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