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Experts welcome three network integration

07-02-2010 09:07 BJT

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Now let's take a quick look at what experts had to say about the three network integration pilot programme.

Yang Peifang, a telecom expert from the Ministry of Information and Industry Technology, said China should speed up the process to integrate the three networks, and more cities should be approved for the pilot programme. He added, the programme will enable the three networks to complement each other.

Another expert from the China Academy of Telecommunication Research, Chen Jinqiao, said the launch of the programme will give consumers more options. And this will boost services and further lower fees.

Meanwhile, professor Zeng Jianqiu from Beijing University of Post and Telecommunications, expressed his views that China should learn more lessons from other countries which finished a similar integration at the beginning of the century. He believed the progress will speed up and China will finish such integration within three years.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CCTV.com

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