China plans to cut roaming fees

China's economic planning agency and information agency are mulling over two plans to cut the country's wireless roaming fees between 13.3 percent and 80 percent. The National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Information Industry plans on holding a public hearing for the two plans on January 22.

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