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Danish parliament adopts European roaming directive

Monday 9 November 2015 | 12:56 CET | News
The Danish government said the national parliament has adopted the European directive on reducing roaming prices in the European Union, as well as regulations on internet neutrality. They will enter force in April 2016 which means that from 15 June 2018, people will be pay the same for mobile communication services in other EU countries as in their home country. This means customers will pay DKK 0.46 per minute for outgoing mobile calls in the EU, DKK 0.18 to send an SMS and DKK 0.46 to use 1 MB of mobile data.

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