O2 CR avoids roaming regulation by changing plan at borders

Wednesday 22 June 2016 | 16:30 CET | News
O2 Czech Republic is making roaming changes, putting at a disadvantage customers calling within the EU, reported portal iDnes.cz. For pre-paid cards, the operator has changed the programme abroad so that the prices are higher. For example, pre-paid card Nadlouho will offers calls after the first minute for free in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Germany and Austria. For the first minute, customers will pay CZK 5.90 (EUR 0.22).

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: O2 Czech Republic
Countries: Czech Republic
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