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EC backs lower Dutch termination rates

Thursday 1 August 2013 | 09:25 CET | News
The European Commission has endorsed the proposal of the Dutch telecoms regulator ACM on fixed and mobile termination rates. The new rates will apply from 1 September. The mobile termination rate will be less than half of the current price (1.019 eurocents compared to 2.40 eurocents per minute), and the fixed termination rate is also down by half (1.08 eurocents per minute compared to 3.7 eurocents). The EC said the decision will bring Dutch prices in line with most of the rest of the EU, after previously being one of the most expensive countries for mobile calling. The new rates will take

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Companies: ACM / European Commission
Countries: Netherlands
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