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Montenegrin mobile operators oppose cheaper roaming

Tuesday 2 June 2015 | 21:48 CET | News
All three mobile operators in Montenegro, namely Crnogorski Telekom, Telenor Montenegro and m:tel, have appealed to the Administrative Court against a decision by the Agency for Telecommunications and Postal Services, which foresees the reduction of roaming charges from 30 June this year. In an interview with Dan, the director of the Montenegrin regulator, Zoran Sekulic, said that Telenor and Crnogorski Telekom asked for a postponement of the decision. Crnogorski Telekom's appeal to the Administrative Court was rejected, while a court decision is still pending on the other appeals.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Crnogorski Telekom / Mtel / Telenor Montenegro
Countries: Montenegro
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