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German regulator proposes small MTA fee decrease

Wednesday 3 September 2014 | 16:50 CET | News
Germany's telecommunications regulator Bundesnetzagentur (Bna) has unveiled its proposal for new mobile termination tariffs for the coming two years. The proposal foresees a drop in mobile termination (MTA) fees from EUR 0.0175 per minute to EUR 0.0172 per minute per 1 December of this year. Another drop will follow per 1 December 2015 to EUR 0.0166 per minute, which will be valid untill the end of November 2016. Bna claims that the tariffs are based actual replacement costs enabling the mobile operators (Telekom Deutschland, Vodafone, O2/E-Plus) continue to invest in mobile broadband

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BNA / E-Plus / European Commission / O2 / Telekom Deutschland / Vodafone
Countries: Germany
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