FCC Right to Reject State-Owned China Mobile Claim That It’s Not Influenced By The PRC

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on an order at its May meeting to reject China Mobile’s application to provide telecommunications in the USA. The company had intended to offer international interexchange services, international private line circuits, mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) services, and data/cloud services.  This suggests that China Mobile would offer connectivity to their global customers which have a presence in the USA in addition to becoming an MNVO focused on the Internet of Things of market, connecting millions of Chinese made IoT devices and services in the USA.

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