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Siminn announces price rises on 01 July

Tuesday 2 June 2020 | 12:39 CET | News
Icelandic operator Siminn has announced that a number of price changes will take effect on 01 July, but customers have the right to cancel their contracts with no penalty if they do not accept the new terms. Internet subscriptions are going up by ISK 200. The price of Spotify Premium will rise by ISK 100 to ISK 1,450 and the price of Spotify Premium Family increases by ISK 250 to ISK 2,200

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Categories: General
Companies: Siminn / Spotify
Countries: Iceland
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