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October 31, 2020

Interconnection charges for mobile and fixed phone services, sliced by 30 pc

The National Authority for Administration and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM) announced yesterday that interconnection charges for mobile and fixed phone networks would be reduced by over 30 pc this year, as of March 1 and September 1, which may lead to lower prices paid by clients for calls outside the network, Mediafax informs. Initially, the telecom watch­dog announced, in early November 2011, that interconnection charges would be reduced as of January 1, unless receiving other comments or observations, within a month since the date of the notification, from the European Com­mis­sion, the Body of European Regula­tors for Electronic Communications (BEREC) and the other telecom regulatory authorities.

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