The summit is hosted by the GTI and China Mobile and supported by the GSMA, TDIA and XGP Forum. For more information on the summit please visit: .

In addition, three GTI member operators will have booths at Mobile World Congress highlighting global roaming capabilities from their respective booths via popular smart phone devices connecting to LTE using a portable hot spot with an embedded Qualcomm chipset.

China Mobile and Korea Telecom plan to highlight roaming between China Mobile's Band 40/38 TD-LTE configuration and Korea Telecom's Band 3 LTE FDD. Bharti Airtel plans to highlight the company's Band 40 TD-LTE roaming with China Mobile's Band 40/38 TD-LTE configuration.

China Mobile can be found in Hall 5 Stand 5I120, Korea Telecom in Hall 3 Stand 3B2, and Bharti Airtel in Hall 5 Stand 5G110.

Additional information about GTI can be found at .

About the GTI

Established in Feb 2011, the Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI) is a virtual open platform to advocate cooperation among global operators to promote TD-LTE. GTI was formed to create value for stakeholders across the TD-LTE ecosystem for early adoption of the technology and convergence of TD-LTE and LTE FDD. GTI was founded by leading international mobile network operators in 2011 to meet the demands for growing mobile broadband and explore new opportunities across industry and public segments.

The Global TD-LTE Initiative logo is available at

About China Mobile International:

China Mobile International (CMI) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Mobile, the world's largest mobile operator in terms of network scale, customer base and market value. As an international arm of China Mobile, CMI provides a full range of comprehensive international services, including IDD, roaming, mobile and data services. CMI aims to construct a world-class international network and platform and provide highly reliable products and services. CMI is committed to providing the next generation one-stop international transit solution.

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