Operators typically charge a specific fee for both overseas and international roaming, which is billed on top of the usual calling or texting rate.
Work on these topics is currently being done at the European level, but is not yet complete.
If these conditions are not met, operators' business models will be undermined, and operators in France's overseas markets will be deprived of the resources they need to introduce superfast mobile services and to invest in 4G network rollouts.
Those measures will be gradually rolled out from mid-July at the earliest.
Compared with FTZs, those zones will tilt toward industrial layout such as high-end manufacturing, Cong said, adding that some of the opening-up polices for FTZs like yuan services might be copied in Economic and Technological Development Zones.
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Paris, 21 January 2016 Last September, ARCEP provided the Government with its opinion on roaming charges in France's overseas markets.First it must be emphasised that, if roaming is due to become a commodity for customers in Europe, the transition will still have an impact on operators' business model: telcos need to lease another operator's network to be able to route the calls of customers travelling outside the reach of their network, i.e. Before retail market roaming charges can be phased out, reforms must be brought to the wholesale roaming markets in which telcos purchase their roaming solutions.Second, ARCEP's analysis reveals the need to introduce fair use limits for customers, beyond which operators will be allowed to charge them for roaming.A view of the Qianhai Free Trade Zone in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong Province in 2018 Photo: ICChina's opening-up policies are presenting a new pattern with local governments ratcheting up efforts to improve free trade zone (FTZ) policies and update Economic and Technological Development Zones.The efforts reflect China's insistence on opening-up efforts, despite external pressure such as the China-US trade war and the shrinking pace of globalization in some developed countries, experts said.Telecom TV is not responsible for the content of external websites.