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Chilimobil allows data sharing from January, Free Data subscription price might rise

Wednesday 21 November 2018 | 14:25 CET | News
Norwegian MVNO Chilimobil will allow data sharing from 01 January 2019, according to a report on the Tek.no portal, citing CEO Lars Ryen Mill at an Inside Telecom conference. Regulator Nkom had told the operator to change the terms of its 'Free Data' subscription, which does not currently allow tethering or M2M use. The subscription providing 1,000 GB per month for NOK 399 will remain in its portfolio and Chili will announce the changes on 30 November, but a price rise is possible.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Chilimobil / Netflix
Countries: Norway
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