PTS sets out Swedish price caps under new EU roaming rules

Tuesday 26 June 2012 | 12:41 CET | News
Sweden's communications watchdog PTS said that when the new EU roaming regulations come into force on 01 July, the cost of a mobile voice call will fall to a maximum of SEK 3.21 per minute including VAT for Swedish users, from SEK 3.89. Data roaming will cost SEK 7.71 per 1 MB at most. Incoming calls may be charged at no more than SEK 0.88 per minute including VAT, down from SEK 1.22. Sending an SMS will cost SEK 0.99 including VAT at most, down from SEK 1.22.

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