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SINGAPORE - Mobile data revenue in the Asia-Pacific region is expected to almost double by the end of 2015 to US$148.1 billion ($191 billion), according to Frost and Sullivan. Experts believe this sum could be higher as data roaming charges become more transparent. Singapore and Malaysia have been in talks to reduce voice call and text message charges. Experts say lowering data charges should be on the cards. Cheaper voice roaming charges may not translate to massive business savings but experts say it augurs well for business sentiment. Some analysts have said the bilateral reduction in roaming prices would be "precedent-setting" - but it would take time for such a move to be implemented across South-east Asia. "Of course the point of reference is the EU which has a multilateral agreement among member states to cap roaming charges," said Mr Leon Perera, group managing dir...

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