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Dutch govt opens talks about call credit shelf life

Wednesday 29 May 2013 | 10:48 CET | News
The Dutch ministry of economic affairs has started talks with telecom providers about bundle prices and the shelf life of call credit. Consumer organisation Consumentenbond recently calculated that EUR 68 million worth of credit goes unused every month. A parliamentary majority wants a longer shelf life, debating now whether this should be three months or a year. Vodafone Netherlands and its unlimited bundles were stated as an example. Minister Henk Kamp will send the conclusions of the consultation to Parliament in the third quarter. The ministry will further discuss the barriers to

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Categories: General
Companies: Consumentenbond / Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat / Vodafone
Countries: Netherlands
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