TeliaSonera starts talks on lower wholesale roaming rates

Friday 12 May 2006 | 15:58 CET | News
Scandinavian operator TeliaSonera is starting talks with other European mobile operators in an attempt to lower international roaming tariffs. The group is looking to renegotiate its wholesale network roaming agreements after several major operators, including Orange, Telefonica/O2 and T-Mobile, announced plans in recent weeks to lower their roaming rates for consumers in the EU. The company called for the European Commission, which is considering regulating mobile roaming rates, to allow the industry to solve the problem via wholesale agreements and self-regulation. TeliaSonera also raised

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: O2 / Orange / Telefonica- Movistar / Telia / T-Mobile
Countries: Scandinavia
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