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Austrian govt against capping international call rates in EU

Friday 27 April 2018 | 12:56 CET | News
The Austrian Ministry of Transport led by Norbert Hofer fears "substantial losses" for operators if a European Parliament proposal to cap charges for international calls in the EU goes ahead, reported Der Standard. Without coverage of the termination fees the Austrian operators pay to their international partners for calls, the losses could mean the Austrian operators will lack money for network construction.

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