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726 Postings, 6436 Tage TeichbauWenn die so steigt wie china Mob.dann wäre alles i

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726 Postings, 6436 Tage TeichbauIch glaube sie tut es.

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726 Postings, 6436 Tage TeichbauDer kurs stimmt nicht +6,8%

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1149 Postings, 6576 Tage karakanDas ist mir scheiss egal!!

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5570 Postings, 6242 Tage skunk.worksDJ China Telecom 3Q Net Profit CNY17.26 Bln

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726 Postings, 6436 Tage TeichbauHeute wieder im plus?

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4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNews 02.11.07 (engl)

02.11.07 18:49

02.11.2007 14:34
China Telecom Names Verizon Business 'Most Valuable Partner 2007'
BEIJING, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- China Telecom (Nachrichten) has named Verizon Business its Most Valuable Partner 2007 in recognition of the two companies' successful cooperation in the delivery of international data services. The Most Valuable Partner award recognizes the partnership that has had most significant benefit to both companies' customers during the preceding 12 months.

The recognition reflects the culmination of a long-standing partnership between the two companies, and the strategic importance accorded by China Telecom to its relationship with Verizon Business.

Ihab Tarazi, vice president, global network planning, Verizon Business, said, "This award acknowledges the successful benefits this partnership brings to our mutual customers. This is another demonstration of our commitment with China Telecom to support multinational companies' expanding business needs."

In September, Verizon Business announced that its multinational customers have seamless connectivity to China Telecom's Next Convergence Network (CN2), a next-generation IP platform that covers more than 200 cities and 600 routers within China. Access to CN2 extends the benefits of Verizon Business' expansive IP backbone network and portfolio of global IP and mobile devices, services and solutions across the fast-growing Chinese market.

Verizon Business, through its predecessor companies, has been operational in China since 1993, and today has offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Working in cooperation with leading Chinese service providers, the company delivers a full-service portfolio, from leased-line to MPLS/VPN services, to Chinese-based operations of its multinational customers.

Verizon Business and China Telecom are also founding partners and landing parties in a consortium building the first next-generation undersea optical cable system directly linking the U.S. mainland and China. The Trans-Pacific Express (TPE) system will use the latest optical technology to provide greater capacity and higher speeds to meet the dramatic increase in demand for IP. Subject to final U.S. regulatory approval, the cable system is planned for completion in the 3Q of 2008.

Other parties of the consortium include China Netcom, China Unicom, Korea Telecom and Chunghwa Telecom (Taiwan). The TPE cable will provide more diversity from other undersea routes and establish more efficient connections to a number of countries in Asia where Verizon Business has customers.

About Verizon Business

Verizon Business, a unit of Verizon Communications (Nachrichten/Aktienkurs), is a leading provider of advanced communications and information technology (IT) solutions to large business and government customers worldwide. Combining unsurpassed global network reach with advanced communications, security and other professional service capabilities, Verizon Business delivers innovative and seamless business solutions to customers around the world. For more information, visit http://www.verizonbusiness.com/.


4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNews 05.11.07 (engl)

05.11.07 18:30

05.11.2007 14:19
AsiaInfo Wins Contract to Develop Customer Relationship Management System for China Telecom in Xinjiang
Marks AsiaInfo's First CRM Contract with the World's Largest Wireline Operator

BEIJING and SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 5 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AsiaInfo Holdings (Nachrichten), Inc. , a leading provider of telecom software solutions and IT security products and services in China, today announced that it has won a contract with China Telecom, (Nachrichten) the world's largest wireline operator, to develop a Customer Relationship Management System (CRM) in China's Xinjiang .

(Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20040312/CNF002LOGO )

The CRM system is a critical part of Xinjiang Telecom's next generation Business Operation Support System (BOSS). Under the agreement, AsiaInfo will develop a CRM system to cover 14 cities and regions of Xinjiang. AsiaInfo will also supervise the integration of the entire BOSS system consisting of CRM, Billing and Operation Support System (OSS) and other peripheral systems.

"We are very happy to win our first CRM contract with China Telecom and extend the customer base for our industry-leading CRM solutions," said Steve Zhang, president and chief executive officer of AsiaInfo. "This landmark deal significantly expands our relationship with China Telecom and is a critical step as we work to increase our penetration of the BOSS market."

The BOSS system will be developed and implemented in compliance with China Telecom Group's Management/Business/Operation/Support System specification (CTG-MBOSS), which serves as a blueprint for China Telecom's next generation BOSS network. AsiaInfo was one of the six founding members of the CTG-MBOSS forum, which was established to promote cooperation in the development of CTC- MOBSS.

"We believe that the BOSS network evolution in China represents important market opportunities for AsiaInfo," added Steve Zhang. "This deal demonstrates our ability to capitalize on these market opportunities."

About AsiaInfo Holdings, Inc.

AsiaInfo Holdings, Inc. is a leading provider of high-quality telecom software solutions and IT security products and services to some of China's largest enterprises as well as many small and medium sized companies in China. An established leader in the Chinese telecommunications industry, AsiaInfo became a prominent supplier of IT security products and services in China with the acquisition of Lenovo's non-telecom related IT services business in 2004.

Organized as a Delaware corporation, AsiaInfo began operations in the United States in 1993. The Company moved major operations to China in 1995 and played a significant role in the construction of the national backbones and provincial access networks for all of China's major national telecom carriers, including China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Netcom. Since 1998, AsiaInfo has continued diversifying its product offerings and is now a major provider of telecom software solutions in China.

For more information about AsiaInfo, please visit http://www.asiainfo.com/ .

The information contained in this document is as of Nov 5, 2007. AsiaInfo assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements contained in this document as a result of new information or future events or developments.

This document contains forward-looking information about AsiaInfo's operating results and business prospects that involve substantial risks and uncertainties. You can identify these statements by the fact that they use words such as "anticipate," "estimate," "expect," "project," "intend," "plan," "believe," and other words and terms of similar meaning in connection with any discussion of future operating or financial performance. Among the factors that could cause actual results to differ materially are the following: government telecommunications infrastructure and budgetary policy in China; our ability to maintain our concentrated customer base; the long and variable billing cycles for our products and services that can cause our revenues and operating results to vary significantly from period to period; our ability to meet our working capital requirements; our ability to retain our executive officers; our ability to attract and retain skilled personnel; potential liabilities we are exposed to because we extend warranties to our customers; risks associated with cost overruns and delays; our ability to develop or acquire new products or enhancements to our software products that are marketable on a timely and cost-effective basis; our ability to adequately protect our proprietary rights; the competitive nature of the markets we operate in; political and economic policies of the Chinese government. A further list and description of these risks, uncertainties, and other matters can be found in our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2006, and in our periodic reports on Forms 10-Q and 8-K (if any) filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and available at http://www.sec.gov/ .

 For more information, please contact:

 For Investors:
  Charles Zhang
  AsiaInfo Technologies (China), Inc.
  Tel:   +86-10-8216-6039
  Email: ir@asiainfo.com

 For Media:
  William McCue
  Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide
  Tel:   +86-10-8520-6514
  Email: william.mccue@ogilvy.com


4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNews 12.11.07 (dt.) : Online-Musikplattform

12.11.07 18:54

China Telecom gründet Online-Musikplattform
Montag, 12.11.2007 11:34
PEKING - Die China Telecom Corporation Limited (NYSE: CHA, WKN: A0M4XS) plant einen digitalen Musikdienst. Hierbei arbeitet China Telecom mit acht Unternehmen aus der Musikindustrie zusammen.

Wie China Telecom bekannt gab, beteiligen sich an dem Dienst bereits die Musikverlage Warner, EMI Music, UMG, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Rock Music, Hurray!, Taihe Rye Music und Music Nation Group. Gemeinsam mit China Telecom haben die Unternehmen die neue Musikmarke „Love Music“ gegründet.

„Love Music“ ist bereits in 21 Provinzen im südlichen China eingeführt. Es soll schrittweise eine Ausdehnung des Services auf weitere Provinzen erfolgen. Kunden können über „Love Music“ einzelne Musikstücke oder ganze Alben herunterladen. Zusätzlich umfasst das Angebot: Klingeltöne, Probehören von Musiktiteln, Rahmeninformationen zur Musik und zu Künstlern.

China Telecom ist Chinas größter Festnetzbetreiber, leidet derzeit jedoch unter rückläufigen Kundenzahlen. Kunden wandern zum Mobilfunknetzbetreiber China Mobile ab. Allein im August sank die Kundenzahl um 380.000 auf nun 224,17 Millionen Kunden. China Telecom will den Kundenrückgang durch Neukunden kompensieren, die durch die expansiven Internetpläne und zusätzliche Dienste wie „Love Music“ gewonnen werden. Sobald die Telefongesellschaft Internetleistungen in Hochgeschwindigkeit anbieten kann, soll hierüber ebenfalls telefoniert werden können. (erw/rem)

4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNews 13.11.07 (engl)

14.11.07 18:33

Nov 13, 2007 23:45 ET
RealNetworks Delivers emoticonSMS to China Telecom Subscribers
Marks Introduction of Real ASP Services in China

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RealNetworks Web site

RealNetworks Press Room
SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - November 13, 2007) - Digital entertainment services company RealNetworks®, Inc. (NASDAQ: RNWK) today announced the company's first deployment of ASP services in China with the September launch of emoticonSMS by China Telecom.

Once integrated into a mobile network, emoticonSMS automatically converts SMS text messages into SMS emoticons using keyword recognition.

"Our customers continuously seek out the latest in personalization technology, and a service like emoticonSMS helps deliver the experience they're looking for," said Wang Chun Jiang, Head of Technology developing department, Value Added Service Division, Sichuan Telecom, a subsidiary of China Telecom.

Real enables China Telecom to offer non-prefix emoticonSMS by subscription to its 62 million customers marking the first time such a service has been offered in China.

"emoticonSMS makes traditional SMS more engaging and fun, enabling users to add personalization to outgoing text messages," said DJ Lee, CEO of WiderThan Co., Ltd., a RealNetworks company. "Subscribers can choose from 4,000 emoticons in 500 themes, making it easy to create unique messages for each of their contacts, every time."

Real's services are currently available through 78 different carriers in 37 countries worldwide, making them available to 785 million subscribers. Real offers wireless providers a comprehensive selection of mobile services including Music on Demand, Games, Video, Personalization features (such as Ringtones, RBTs and MRB Services) as well as messaging services.


RealNetworks, Inc. delivers digital entertainment services to consumers via PC, portable music player, home entertainment system or mobile phone. Real created the streaming media category in 1995 and has continued to lead the market with pioneering products and services, including: RealPlayer®, the first mainstream media player to enable one-click downloading and recording of Internet video; the award-winning Rhapsody® digital music service, which delivers more than 1 billion songs per year; RealArcade®, one of the largest casual games destinations on the Web; and a variety of mobile entertainment services, such as ringback tones, offered to consumers through leading wireless carriers around the world. RealNetworks' corporate information is located at www.realnetworks.com/company.

RealNetworks, RealArcade, Rhapsody, RealPlayer and the Real logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of RealNetworks, Inc. or its subsidiaries. All other trademarks, names of actual companies and products mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

For More Information Contact:
Jennifer Humiston
SHIFT Communications for RealNetworks
Email Contact  

4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNews 14.11.07 (engl)

14.11.07 18:35

Nov 14, 2007 11:00 ET
IBM Helps Shanghai Research Institute of China Telecom Corporate Limited Revamp Its Innovation Pipeline
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IBM Innovation Factory

IBM Innovation Factory for Telecom
SHANGHAI, CHINA and ARMONK, NY--(Marketwire - November 14, 2007) - IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that the Shanghai Research Institute of China Telecom Corporate Limited (STTRI) has chosen IBM's Innovation Factory to support collaborative innovation and accelerate the development of emerging telecommunication services for the Chinese market.

Made in IBM Labs, Innovation Factory can help accelerate the innovation process through open collaboration based on Web 2.0 social networking. IBM Innovation Factory is designed to capture the innovation process from idea creation to commercialization, speeding up co-creation among employees, partners, software developers and subscribers through online communities.

Over the past six months, STTRI partnered with the IBM High Performance On-Demand Solutions (HiPODS) Labs and IBM China Research Lab to successfully launch Innovation Factory as the platform for China Telecom "Innovation Works," a tool to facilitate enterprise innovation activities. It will support the second Innovation Contest at STTRI, which encourages institution-wide collaboration to rapidly scale up production of new ideas for service offerings. Innovation Works encourages STTRI employees to continuously innovate by sharing new ideas, partnering with other employees and providing real-time feedback on ideas.

The strategic partnership between STTRI and IBM, which started in 2005, is a natural extension of previous joint research and development programs between STTRI and IBM's China Research Lab (CRL). CRL helped STTRI launch its first innovation contest in 2006. Through this successful collaboration, both sides decided to take the partnership to the next level -- Innovation Factory.

Mr. An Ming Li, Director of STTRI, said, "China Telecom, together with its strategic partner IBM, successfully launched Innovation Works. IBM's Innovation Factory solution has enabled our researchers to be more productive in generating new ideas. We look forward to the next phase of collaboration."

The Innovation Factory solution developed for STTRI will be demonstrated today in Shanghai by Dr. Willy Chiu, Vice President of High Performance On-Demand Solutions, IBM Software Group.

"Our partnership with STTRI has inaugurated an exciting era of open innovation in one of the fastest-growing technology marketplaces in the world," said Dr. Chiu. "IBM enables China Telecom to quickly identify and create new and innovative telecom services that meet a customer's latest requirements, so that its growing customer base can quickly access the functionality needed in today's evolving Chinese marketplace for optimal business performance."

IBM's Innovation Factory was first announced in March 2007 to help companies rapidly conceive and conduct trials on new products and services. Its software components include collaboration technologies from IBM Lotus Connections.

IBM provides Innovation Factory both as a hosted service running on its cloud computing infrastructure at the Almaden Research Center, and as an onsite solution deployed at customer sites. IBM has enhanced Innovation Factory to include idea management capabilities. Further enhancements, including additional Web 2.0 and social networking tools, are planned to be released in 2008.

For more information in Innovation Factory, please visit:



About China Telecom

China Telecommunications Corporation (China Telecom) is China's largest state-owned telecom operator organized according to China's telecom industry reform scheme. As a principal telecom enterprise and the biggest basic telecom operator of China, China Telecom owns the largest global fixed-line telephone network that covers cities and towns as well as the rural areas of China and penetrates to every corner of the world. Member units of China Telecom include 31 provincial (municipal and autonomous regional) enterprises which provide telecom services nationwide.

China Telecom's main businesses currently include: operating various kinds of domestic and international fixed-line telecom networks, including local wireless loops; providing telecom network-based voice, data, image, multimedia and information services; carrying out account settlements for international telecom services and developing overseas markets; carrying out some services which are related to telecom and information businesses such as system integration, technology development, technical service/advice, information service consultation, advertisement and publishing; production, sales, import and export of telecom equipment; designing and implementing telecom projects; operating other services which are required by the market development provided that provisioning of such services would have been authorized or permitted by the government of the country.

Made in IBM Labs

IBM has a network of more than 60 research and development labs around the globe that collaborate on advanced solutions for clients. IBM's laboratory population includes 28,000 researchers, developers and engineers. Twenty percent of them work directly with clients. In 2006, the labs conducted more than 10,000 engagements with clients.

For more information about IBM and Made in IBM Labs, visit:



Mark Guan
IBM Media Relations
Tel: 1-914-766-1658

4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNEWS 19.11.2007 (dt.)

19.11.07 10:30
Wirtschaftsnews - von heute 08:13

China Telecom und Netcom sollen Mobilfunklizenz erhalten

Hongkong 19.11.07 (www.emfis.com)
Nach einem Bericht von Xinhua kommt nun Bewegung in den chinesischen Telekommarkt. Wie die Nachrichtenagentur mitteilt, sollen die beiden großen staatlichen Festnetzanbieter China Telecom und China Netcom mit einer Mobilfunklizenz ausgestattet werden. Beide Unternehmen hatten in der letzten Zeit unter einem Schwund von Kunden zu leiden, da der Mobilfunkmarkt für die Chinesen attraktiver ist.
Xinhua bezieht sich in ihrer Meldung auf den Vizeminister für Informationsindustrie, Xi Guohua. Die Spekulationen um diese Entscheidung gehen schon lange. Bisher gab es aber von Seiten der Regierung keine eindeutigen Signale.
Wieder einmal spielt dabei mit der China Unicom der zweitgrößte Mobilfunkanbieter eine wichtige Rolle. Seine Netzwerke sollen unter den beiden Festnetzanbietern aufgespaltet werden, EMFIS hatte immer wieder darüber berichtet.
Die Aktie von China Telecom profitiert von dieser Meldung mit einem Plus von 4 Prozent auf 5,42 HKD. Bei China Netcom geht es um 6,7 Prozent auf 21,40 HKD nach oben. Die betroffene China Unicom kann leicht um 0,9 Prozent auf 15,40 HKD zugewinnen. China Mobile gibt dagegen um ein Prozent auf 131,90 HKD ab. Für dieses Unternehmen könnte eine entsprechende Entscheidung zu einem erheblichen Konkurrenzdruck führen.

4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNews 21.11.07 (dt)

21.11.07 17:00

((negativer Trend bei Telefon-Teilnehmerzahl / positiver Trend bei Breitbandkunden))

Festnetzanbieter China Telecom verliert fast 900.000 Kunden - Gewinn gestiegen

  (rb) Der größte chinesische Festnetzanbieter China Telecom musste im Oktober den größten Rückgang an Kunden verkraften. Der Gewinn stieg aber trotzdem in den ersten neun Monaten des Jahres leicht an.

Wie das Unternehmen am Dienstag mitteilte, reduzierte sich die Teilnehmerzahl um 880.000 und setzte damit den im August einsetzenden negativen Trend unvermindert fort. Das Unternehmen hatte Ende Oktober 222,56 Millionen Kunden. Im August wurden 380.000 und im September 730.000 weniger Kunden gezählt. Im Bereich der Breitbandnutzung konnte China Telecom dagegen einen satten Anstieg von 550.000 Kunden auf jetzt 34,4 Millionen verbuchen. Der Nettogewinn stieg in den ersten neun Monaten gegenüber dem Vergleichszeitraum des Vorjahres leicht um 1,8 Prozent auf 17,26 Milliarden Yuan (2,3 Milliarden US-Dollar).  

4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axRT 0,53€

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4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axheute positiver Trend - knapp 100T€-Umsatz

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4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axTechnische Analyse (Yahoo Financen) in HK$

28.11.07 18:02

4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axChina Telecom weiter im Aufwärtstrend...

03.12.07 07:01
Aktueller Kurs (Hong Kong SE, 03.12.2007, 05:29:00)  Hoch/Tief Volumen
6,38 HKD     Vortag Eröff. Tag 52-Wochen letztes gesamt
+0,16 +2,57% 6,22 6,41 6,49 6,25 7,58 3,31 4.000 82.576.315

5570 Postings, 6242 Tage skunk.worksCHINA TELECOM 6.38h$ +0.2 =+3.24% Vol 1,034,778

04.12.07 07:06

4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNews 27.12.07 (dt.) kostenloses Telefonieren ...

27.12.07 14:18

Kostenlos Telefonieren: China Telecom stellt Gebühren in Shanghai ein
Donnerstag, 27.12.2007 11:05
PEKING - Der Telekommunikationskonzern China Telecom Corp. Ltd. (WKN: A0M4XS) macht das Festnetztelefonieren zu einem Nullsummenspiel.

Wie das chinesische Unternehmen bekannt gab, werde es ab dem 31. Dezember dieses Jahres keine Gebühren mehr für Telefonate in Gebiet der Stadt Shanghai erheben. Zudem seien auch Gespräche zwischen Gesprächspartnern in Shanghai und der Insel Chongming von nun an kostenlos.

Shanghai ist damit die zweite Stadt, in denen China Telecom die innerstädtischen Telefongebühren abschafft. Bislang waren Lokaltelefonate nur in Peking, wo China Telecom seinen Hauptsitz hat, kostenfrei. Das neben den Gesprächen in Shanghai auch die Gespräche zur und von der Insel Chongming inbegriffen sind, liegt an einer Shanghaier Eigenart. So wurde dort im Jahr 2001 das Festnetzder Insel in das der Stadt eingebunden. Seither werden für Gespräche zwischen Shanghai und Chongming nur Lokalgespräche berechnet.

Durch die Abschaffung der Gebühren sollen die Kunden von China Telecom viel Geld sparen können. Wie das Unternehmen vorrechnete, seien Einsparungen auf der Kundenseite von 30 Mio. Yuan pro Jahr möglich.  

4951 Postings, 5836 Tage 0815axNews 27.12.07 (dt.) 400.000 IPTV-Nutzer...

27.12.07 14:21

China Telecom meldet 400.000 IPTV-Nutzer
Donnerstag, 27.12.2007 13:02
Wie das chinesische Internet-Portal Sina berichtet, verzeichnet China Telecom derzeit bereits 400.000 IPTV-Nutzer. Das chinesische Internet-Portal beruft sich dabei auf Aussagen von China Telecom Manager Zhang Yufeng.

Demnach konzentriere sich China Telecom derzeit darauf, in Großstädten wie in Shanghai und in Fujian mit seinen IPTV-Services stärker Fuß zu fassen. Allein in Shanghai soll es inzwischen drei Mio. Breitbandnutzer und 200.000 IPTV-Nutzer geben, heißt es bei der People's Posts and Telecommunications News. China Telecom bietet in Shanghai gemeinsam mit der Shanghai Telecom und der Shanghai Media Group Einheit BesTV IPTV-Services an.

5570 Postings, 6242 Tage skunk.worksC Telc HK-3% = 6,79h$ = 0,587e

11.01.08 06:48
Share price rose yesterday on news of restructuring of the telecom industry in China. It is reported that China Telecom will get the CDMA business of China Unicom. At the same time, it will also receive a 3 G license. Share price will continue to rise. Buy $7.00 Target $8.00 Cut loss $6.00  

5570 Postings, 6242 Tage skunk.worksMS-C Telecom Up HK 6,2=+1,47%

17.01.08 06:54
China Netcom, China Telecom ratings, targets raised -Morgan

Morgan Stanley reiterated its bullish view on the Chinese telecom sector and upgraded its target prices and ratings on China Telecom and China Netcom.

The brokerage raised its target price on China Telecom to 5.5 hkd from 4. 5 hkd, and on China Netcom to 26.3 hkd from 17.5.

The ratings on the two telecom firms were upgraded to ""equal-weight"" from ""underweight"".

It maintained its ""overweight"" ratings for China Mobile and China Unicom, with target prices at 150 hkd and 16 hkd respectively.

""A recent regulatory statement suggests that restructuring is a priority for 2008, and we retain our long-held view that it will likely take place in the second half of 2008, providing a catalyst for Unicom, China Telecom and China Netcom,"" Morgan Stanley said.

It noted that as a leveraged restructuring play, Netcom's valuation would see the most upside swing depending on the format and pricing of a potential Unicom merger.

""We also expected the competitive landscape to remain benign for most of 2008, leaving a stable environment for China Mobile and Unicom to expand revenue and operational scale,"" it said.

It noted that Unicom's solid earnings growth, while achieved mostly through cost rationalization rather than revenue growth, should be sustainable in 2008.

It added that China Mobile remained its top pick in the industry and an effective play on rising disposable income in China, with continued solid earnings growth this year.

At the morning close, China Telecom was up 0.09 hkd or 1.47 pct at 6.2, China Netcom was up 0.72 hkd or 4.34 pct at 17.32, China Mobile was up 0.2 hkd or 0.17 pct at 118.7, and China Unicom was up 0.72 hkd or 4.34 pct at 17. 32.  

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