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European Parliament study calls for swift reduction in wholesale roaming price caps

Friday 30 November 2018 | 12:08 CET | News
European MVNOs have called for a sharp reduction in wholesale roaming rates in the EU, saying they are struggling to cover the costs of increased roaming following the implementation of roam-like-at-home last year. Industry group MVNO Europe welcomed a study by the European Parliament's ITRE Committee that also called for a swift cut in the wholesale rates to a more cost-based level. 

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