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MoqiZone Announces the Commercial Launch of 802.16d WiMAX 3.5GHz Base Station in Suzhou, China

12/3/09 - MoqiZone (OTCBB: MOQZ) announced that its first wireless broadband base station was successfully established in Suzhou. This is the first commercial usage of a 3.5G WiMAX base station in China (3.5G WiMAX often refers to spectrum ranging from 3.3GHz - 3.8 GHz).

The Suzhou WiMAX base station installation is the first step in the build-out of a private network for internet cafés to access MoqiZone games on its flagship B2C online game portal . is a digital entertainment delivery platform that delivers online content and games to Internet Cafes in China via the proprietary MoqiZone WiMAX Network. The MoqiZone Network provides content delivery to the viral online gaming market and connects game players to online content providers utilizing a national WiMAX network.

The MoqiZone Network utilizes a centrally located base station to communicate with multiple wireless signal receivers (CPE) installed on the roof tops of the member cafes of the MoqiZone WiMAX Network. For MoqiZone's initial roll out of 700 Internet Cafes in Beijing, Chengdu, Tangshan, Shenzhen and Suzhou, the Company has selected Axxcelera ( ) to provide the WiMAX equipment to ensure the highest quality of data transmission, compatibility and stability. MoqiZone also plans to roll out the network in Shangdong, Yunnan, Hubei, Hunan, Guizhou and Guangxi over the next 12 months.

Speaking about the installation, Mr. Ma of Suzhou Golden Apple internet café said, "The MoqiZone online game joint promotion business model has demonstrated how MoqiZone provides internet café operators with real cash benefits based on game card revenue sharing. Our internet café business will no longer be harmed by the price war of game card distributors." Through the MoqiZone Network, MoqiZone provides internet café operators transparent revenue sharing based on the consumption of online game players in the internet café. Mr. Ma added, "Internet café operators are now able to offer online game promotions to our end users and now we are guaranteed to have a share in it."

Mr. Sun Qi, the newly elected Chairman of the Beijing Internet Café Association ( ), and Vice President for MoqiZone commented, "On average each internet café has about 150 PCs and game card sales are between RMB 10,000 and RMB 15,000 per month. However, the online game companies project monthly game card sales should be between RMB 30,000 to RMB 50,000 for an internet café with that same number of PCs. MoqiZone noticed the reason for the discrepancy is that currently 60% to 80% of game cards sales take place outside of the internet café distribution channels. Without the revenue from game card sales, Internet café operators have no incentives to carry out any promotion for online games. Since MoqiZone shares game card revenue with internet cafés, we believe that MoqiZone is well positioned to become the biggest online game distribution platform in the near future."

By Robert Hoskins

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