A representative of the Mobile Phone Alliance in China, which was launched at the end of October by Skyworth, Gold Home, Malata and Daxian, has told the local media that the four parties will meet once again in Shenzhen on November 17.
At the meeting they plan to discuss details of their cooperation and then license the 38 after-sales service providers that will serve them all.
Gold Home and Malata will also release their new mobile phone products during the meeting, but Skyworth will not do so until a few days later.
The alliance members hope to unify their client service activities and help lower the operation costs for each of them by using the 38 after-sales service providers.
However, the number of members in the core alliance has not increased, as earlier expected.