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The State Duma approved amendments to the law on communications in the second reading that would prohibit charges for incoming cell phone calls
The State Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament, approved amendments to the law on communications in the second reading that would prohibit charges for incoming cell phone calls, a parliamentary source said Friday. In accordance with the bill, cell phone users will not pay for incoming calls, except calls made with the assistance of an operator. "A very important bill has been passed, making all incoming calls free from July 1, 2006," State Duma Vice Speaker Vladimir Katrenko said, adding that the law would not only apply to individual persons but legal entities as well. The law passed with 367 votes in favor and 17 opposed.
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