Li Keqiang Urges Cheaper, Faster Internet For China

Li Keqiang Urges Cheaper, Faster Internet For China

Prime Minister Li Keqiang announced that he would like to see cheaper, faster Internet available in China. According to research by Internet giants Tencent and Sina, almost 70% of netizens claimed to pay between 50 and 200 RMB per month for Internet services, and more than 65% believe Internet speeds are too slow. Many Chinese Internet users believe the lack of competition has caused Internet providers to become stagnant. Ministry of Industry and Information Technology announced that they will work with related departments to carry out the “broadband China” strategy, with the goal of increasing speeds and reducing prices for consumers.

Source: Sina

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