Everyone thinks Chinese mobile market is hot, which is kinda of true. By end of 2013, we expect 721millions mobile internet users in China. In tier-1 cities like Beijing, Shanghai, iPhone or Android phone seem everywhere; and hundreds of mobile apps developers are based there releasing apps for iPhone, Android phone daily. All these probably give you one impression, if you want to do mobile business in China, you need to focus on the tier-1 cities.

But the latest report released by DCCI implies that the tier-1 city strategy is not that right. The report is written in Chinese, here are some highlights:

Tier-1 city users have better salary which is good, but it does not mean most of them are willing to pay more, and they are also busy and have more distraction. Hope the points above can give you some useful guidance on how to do mobile business in China.

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