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Croatia extends validity of top-ups to at least 90 days

Thursday 23 April 2015 | 17:00 CET | News
From 1 May, mobile telephony top-ups in Croatia will be valid for at least three months, reports Poslovni Dnevnik. Currently, HRK 55 top-ups, depending on the operator, run for 60-75 days, while cheaper ones are valid between three and 10 days. The new rules have been laid down by the Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (Hakom). There are 4.5 million active mobile phones in the country, of which 55.5 percent or 2.47 million are pre-paid.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Croatia (Hrvatska)
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