Cloud Computing, Internet Datacenters and Big Data Business Intelligence from China Launches Mobile Reservation Service

Chinese online travel service provider has officially launched its mobile reservation service in Beijing.

Users can now logon to make queries and book hotels and tickets.

Local media reports that has been cooperating with Nokia and China Unicom on mobile reservation services since 2009. Its mobile website has been put into trial operation since December 2009 and now is formally launched.

According to, information on its mobile website and its official website are real-time synchronized. It only takes two or three seconds to open web pages on the mobile website, and users only need to input query conditions, choose a hotel, complete in the necessary personal information and then confirm to finish the reservation work.

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