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Charging Standard for WAP-enabled Mobile Phones Set in China
Posted: 15-Oct-2000 [Source: People's Daily]

[After a seven-month free ride, China phone subscribers to be charged for Internet access beginning next Saturday.]

China -- "The phrasal criteria of charging of Internet access through WAP-enabled mobile phones have been set after a seven-month free service offer, and charging day is to commence from October 21, 2000, officials from China Mobile announced October 10.

"According to the criteria which extends from October 21, 2000 to May 20, 2001, WAP-enabled mobile phone subscribers, whether roaming or not, will be charged at 0.15 yuan (1.8 US cents) per minute for the Internet access fees, while the normal telephone fees will not be charged; No extra fees are charged if the services last less than one minute.

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