China Vows to Cut Down on Massive Mobile Spam

China Vows to Cut Down on Massive Mobile Spam
Sean Leow
  • 28 march 2008

Anyone who has a mobile phone in China knows how annoying it is to receive 2-3 spam messages a day from random numbers selling ringtones, touting financial pyramid schemes and even peddling house-call massages. For many spammers, if they can get a click-thru from just a tiny percentage of the 550+ million mobile phone subscribers, they have a viable business model.

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