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Enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on China Mobile (NYSE:CHL) recently to upgrade the four-star rank it has held for months to a more formidable five stars. A total of 3,149 members have given their opinion on the telecom services provider, with many of them offering analysis and commentary explaining the recent optimism.

While the global economy has slowed dramatically, China Mobile's 2008 profit still managed to jump nearly 30%, as revenue grew 15.5% to $60 billion. The company added more than 7.3 million subscribers per month last year, reaching 457 million customers. It enjoys a 70% share of China's wireless market, and its sheer size dwarfs domestic rivals, including domestic competitor China Telecom's (NYSE:CHA) 28 million wireless subscribers.

China Mobile even outsizes its international peers, serving more than five times the number of customers of AT&T (NYSE:T), Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) or Verizon Wireless -- a joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) and Vodafone (NYSE:VOD). The company also expects to benefit from China's stimulus spending.

While new competition coming from industry restructuring has some investors concerned, China Mobile barrels ahead with advanced services to differentiate it from new rivals. Nokia Siemens – a joint venture between Nokia (NYSE:NOK) and Siemens -- recently said it completed the second phase of China Mobile's 3G rollout ahead of schedule and many CAPS members think China Mobile will continue to be the clear leader.

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