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China to launch 5G Messaging, collaboration between 3 major operators

The traditional messaging system, SMS, is being replaced in China for a newer and more advanced version. 5G messaging will be released in the Southeast Asian country and will be jointly published by three major telecommunications operators.

According to public announcements by the operators, the telecom companies will be fully upgrading their basic text messaging system that is currently in place. 5G messaging will be a hallmark for innovation and offer a better experience overall. The new system has various advantages, which also has direct ties to the users’ identity.

SMS being replaced will allow users to also have a unified messaging platform. In other words, a universal system that would reduce the need for people to rely on third-party messaging applications. The improvements also include an enhanced method of B2C interaction, with a chatbot also being added. 5G messaging will seek to replace the ageing SMS system and bring about more modern features in its place.

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