Bosnian operator m:tel has updated its price list for fixed telephony services, with the major innovation being that all users will pay the same monthly subscription and communicate among themselves on the fixed network at the same price. The monthly fee of BAM 10.95 for individual users includes 100 free minutes of talktime, worth BAM 4.00, while business users will pay BAM 16.40. All calls to the m:tel will be charged at BAM 0.04 per minute, while calls to other fixed networks in Bosnia now cost BAM 0.048/minute.
The price of calls to the m:tel mobile network remains BAM 0.21/minute, while calls to other mobile networks in the country cost BAM 0.34/minute. Calls to fixed networks in Serbia and Montenegro cost BAM 0.30/minute, calls to fixed numbers in the region are billed at BAM 0.44/minute, calls to Europe cost BAM 0.70/minute and, finally, calls to the rest of the world will be charged at BAM 1.00/minute. Mobile calls to Serbia and Montenegro cost BAM 0.44/minute, mobile/fixed calls to Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia also cost BAM 0.44/minute, and calls to Europe cost BAM 0.70/minute and to the rest of the world, BAM 1.00 per minute.
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