Balkan countries to sign extended roaming agreement in June

Monday 21 May 2018 | 15:39 CET | News
An agreement on lowering roaming rates further in the Balkan states is expected to be signed in June at a summit in Sofia. The regional roaming agreement between operators in Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina will be extended at the Digital Summit EU-Western Balkans on 13 June to all of the Balkan countries, the EU announced following a summit on regional development in the Western Balkan states. The reduced rates will also be extended to EU residents traveling in the countries, reports SeeNews.

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