A week passed and the fifth meeting of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese Public Political Advisory Conference continued this week. For our mobile phone users, the biggest benefit is the cancellation of domestic long-distance and roaming charges for mobile phones. There is nothing, which significantly reduces the internet dedicated lines for SMEs. Reducing international long-distance phone charges, access to tariffs, this time we can finally say goodbye to “fossil fees”; in response, the three major domestic operators announced that they will fully reduce roaming charges from October 1 Will cancel While the phone news is still not over, let’s look at what happened last week in the mobile phone realm.
At a press conference organized by the National Press Office, the three major operators officially announced that they would completely cancel domestic long distance and roaming charges for mobile phones beginning October 1, 2017.
In a state-of-the-art report, Prime Minister Lee Cheng pointed out that this year’s network speedup will have more steps, and that all domestic long-distance and roaming charges for mobile phones will be canceled this year. “Deeper development will promote the rapid growth of the digital economy, which will benefit businesses and the general public.
All three operators proposed the following specific implementation plans:
China Mobile has again raised the fees
The first is to build a quality 4G mobile broadband network around customer feedback. Based on improving the level of coverage, we will focus on guaranteeing and prioritizing customer feedback in specific scenarios such as high speed, high traffic, and high altitude. Second, high speed and high quality wired broads Speed up the band network construction. All nine built-in broadband homes use fiber-to-house. The third is to carry out social responsibilities and promote universal telecommunication services. Include the funds needed for global telecommunication services projects in the Annual Investment Plan to ensure investment.
Reduction in Internet fees
The first to implement special implementation plans as soon as possible, accelerate the completion of relevant business support system changes, consolidate advertising and customer communications, and completely cancel home mobile long-distance roaming charges from October 1st. The second is to reduce international long distance rates. Reduce international long distance rates directly in important directions Third, reduce the cost of corporate access to dedicated lines. Fourth, they launched “Shuang Chong Broadband” products and preferential packages to reduce “Internet access costs” for businesses in “Shuang Chowang”. Reduced tariffs, along with “64 Belt and Road” are rotating in all 64 countries and directions. Reduce the voice tariff to 0.
The first is to double the fixed-line broadband bandwidth to achieve “width and width”. In large and medium-sized cities where high bandwidth services are demanded, the capacity to access the existing 100Mbps to double the bandwidth will be increased to 200M and above. Actively perform Gigabit Business Pilots, build Gigabit demonstration zones, and support “large-scale entrepreneurship and innovation” along the broader information highway.
The other is to double the 4G network speed and get “faster”. Implement precision-building, promote wireless network quality and efficiency improvements, improve quality of coverage, enhance coverage, and improve network experience. For important scenarios and hotspots, increase the peak rate from 300 Mbps to 600 Mbps, double the rate, and maintain a critical position for network rate perception. Location.
The third is to improve the combination of communication consumption to achieve “benefits and benefits.” Since 1st October 2017, China Unicom has completely eliminated long distance and roaming charges for mobile phones, further reduced international long distance calls and international roaming charges and reduced 4G network traffic. Resources have been drastically reduced while line access charges for dedicated internet for SMEs have dropped significantly. 2. Building informationalization has the benefits of “accessing and supporting the whole network to a single point”, service support, etc., deepening industrial cooperation and innovating business products, which make consumers new and more surprised. ۔
Focus is to increase target business discounts for more traffic needs, such as consumers, such as young people, students and Internet users. Starting from the “supply-side” of communications products, focusing on traffic consumption, the company has launched a series of product businesses to refine consumption models. First, it has to solve the “craving” and “the courage to use” traffic. Third, to address the problem of “not enough” and “unused” traffic, third, to develop a service model to solve the “easy-to-use” and “easy-to-use” traffic issues.
China Telecom increased investment of 100 billion yuan
The first is to add 100 billion yuan to build intelligent high-speed networks. The total planned investment in 2017 is approximately 100 100 billion yuan. On the one hand, we continue to invest in optical networks. By the end of the year, we will receive full coverage of optical networks, primarily in the towns and villages of the southern region, and manage optical networks in the cows. Increase coverage by 75%. Gigabit Broadband Accessibility, On the other hand, accelerating the construction of mobile broadband networks, building nationwide 4G boutique networks with consistent coverage, and developing a new generation of high-definition Voice VOLTE networks and Internet of Things (NB-IoT). ۔
The second is to support corruption and significantly reduce the dedicated on-line fees for SME Internet. At the same time, it will launch tailor-made business lines with more favorable prices, offering high-quality personal services such as security special lines (Internet specialty lines + “cloud banks”) and international boutique specialty lines, and so on. Will provide high-quality cloud computing/data based on. Centers, the Internet of Financing, video conferencing, and various industry-related information products, while reducing fees and improving the service quality.
The third is to reduce international and long-distance call rates from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan. China Telecom will reduce long-haul prices this year with North America, Europe, Southeast Asia as well as “Belt and Road”.
The fourth is to accelerate the promotion of six-mode networking mobile phones so that consumers get maximum benefits. In 2016, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology promoted the six-mode Phil Netcom as a national standard, which not only reduced the cost of mobile phones, but also allowed users to select mobile operators for mobile phone quality. China Telecom consumers save 6.3 billion yuan in mobile phone purchases year-round. Through the joint efforts of the industry, GSF has been adopted by GSF, an internationally standardized organization of China’s Six Mode Phil Netcom. While becoming the world’s standard of certification, it has expanded its international competitiveness to domestic mobile phone manufacturers and It also has a strong foundation to support the “Belt and Road”. Effective promotion of SixSixFill network standards is an important step in implementing supply-side reforms. In 2017, China Telecom will accelerate this promotion, providing consumers with a better experience and greater benefits.
Fifth, implement information to benefit farmers and eliminate poverty. Actively respond to national calls, participate fully in enrollment information in the village and household projects, and, under the guidance of the Ministry of Agriculture, establish an Offline Benefit Farmers Service Cooperative and Online Benefit Farmers Service Accelerate platform development, and serve mobile phone training and agricultural technology extension for farmers. Help farmers tackle poverty by using new technologies, such as the Internet of Things, for farmers to enjoy informative facilities without leaving the village or home.
Lenovo Group has recently experienced frequent changes in advanced personnel. First, on the 20th of last month, Yu Zheng, former general manager of the Jiang Branch of the China Mobile Communications Terminal Company, became Vice President of the Lenovo Group, and he MBG was responsible for managing China’s channel sales. This morning, another news surfaced: Ma Daoji Lenovo, former general manager of China Telecom Terminal Co., Ltd., will serve as Vice President of the Group and MBG China Business Executive Vice President, MBG China Business To help lead, Lenovo will be reporting directly to the group’s senior vice president and MBG vice president Qi Jian. Get strategic change and business success.
Ma Doji is director of China Unicom’s data and fixed communications business department’s data network management center, deputy general manager of China Unicom Guangxi Branch and deputy general manager of Unicom Hosting, and China Telecom Telecom’s telecommunications terminal. He has served as General Manager. , Deputy Director of China Telecom Mobile Terminal Management Center, general manager of China Telecom Tiany Telecom Terminal Company Limited, and vice-chairman of China Telecom Group Labor Union.
Lenovo’s mobile phone business has experienced significant declines in the past year or two and has made a significant difference with other major domestic manufacturers. In the fourth quarter of last year, Lenovo ranked ninth in the world in terms of market share for mobile phones, ahead of Ultimate but behind LG. Lenovo has said it expects the smartphone business to make a profit this year. At this critical time, Ma Doji’s involvement can brighten the future of Lenovo Mobile.
5G China Mobile is set to test in 2019
On the morning of March 5, the fifth meeting of the 12th National People’s Congress took place in Beijing. State Council Prime Minister Lee Ki Cheng noted in the government’s work report: “Accelerate the cultivation and expansion of emerging industries. Fully implement and accelerate strategic emerging industry development plans. New materials, Research and development, and transformation of artificial intelligence, integrated circuits, biopharmaceuticals, fifth-generation mobile communications, and other technologies make industrial gatherings bigger and stronger. “
This is the first time the official work report mentions “the fifth generation of mobile communications (5G)”. This means that communication equipment manufacturers, terminal manufacturers, and operators, already in the 5G industry chain, have confirmed their previous investment. This means that the vision is clear.
In response, some communications industry experts said, “In the current industry, there is a great industrial map for 5G networks to support traditional manufacturing transformation and new technologies. Deployment of China’s 5G industry Will is at the forefront of the world. “
Recently, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said that China has now built the world’s largest 5G test field in Hairo, Beijing, the test network is run by domestic and foreign industry leaders and they Provide a last-to-last test environment, which will greatly help to establish 5G standards and industry. Development.
At the World Mobile Communication Conference (MWC 2017) held last week, China Mobile and AT&T, Vodafone, Huawei, Ericsson, Datang Telecom and other companies jointly released a statement announcing that 5 G will pass the testing and promote a unified global 5G standard. Strengthen cooperation to create a 5G global unified ecosystem jointly between telecommunications operators, equipment vendors, and vertical industry partners.
China Mobile’s 5G testing will be done in two steps. The first step focuses on validating key technology and the second step is product certification. At the World 5G Testing Summit at the Mobile World Congress, Wang Xian said, “Now, we have completed the field testing of key technology component validation. Earlier this year, we focused on the conceptual verification of system field tests. Sites or cities are already entering into commercial trials for mutual commercial testing. “Hopefully in 2019, the test will spread to more than 100 locations or cities.
Regardless of operator configuration or government attention and support, they mean that 5G will soon become a reality shortly. 5G technology will bring major changes in the development of various industries. According to IHS Market Forecast, by 2035, 5G could generate $ 12.3 trillion of economic output worldwide. 5G Value China will generate the US $ 3.5 trillion when it creates 22 million job opportunities.
Ministry of Industry and Information Technology: Correction of “Difficulty in accessing fiber to residential areas”
Speaking about the issue of “fiber access to residential areas” recently, Chen Xiaoxing, deputy minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, suggested that the next step would be to implement quality home-to-fiber, old-fashioned societies. Begin with the change of letters and the rule of collective monopolies.
On March 7, the State Council Information Office today gave a regular briefing on state council policies. One reporter asked: “The optical fiber network infrastructure is an important component of speeding up and reducing fees. Recently, residents have reported that the problem of access to the optical fiber to the community still exists.” How do industry and information technology promote such a “Big Boss” problem?
Chen Xiaoxing introduced that the information communication network usually consists of three parts: the first is the backbone network, which is a network that connects provinces with provinces and connects cities with cities. The second is the Metropolitan Area Network, which is connected to different areas of the city, the third is the access network, which is the network that connects MAN to the customer. “Last Mail” is an integral part of the access network, a network that provides community-to-home communication.
Chen Xiaoxing pointed out that the current “last mile” has two major problems. The machinery left behind in rebuilding a fiber. Some older parties still use “copper cables” because “copper cables” are relatively slow compared to optical fibers. Furthermore, when consumers use the network, while the backbone network and the metropolitan area network are faster, they find that the speed is slow due to the “last mile” congestion. The second issue is that although some communities have completed the optical fiber conversion, the cost is relatively high because only one company provides broadband services, which in turn is monopolized.
To solve this problem, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development have taken several initiatives and achieved significant results, Chen Xiaoxing said. The next step is to address three issues: first, the implementation of national quality home fiber. Second, the replacement of optical fibers in older parties. Third, strengthen market surveillance and improve “monopoly” in society.