Roaming among Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and BiH to be scrapped in 2018


Prices of roaming services among Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina are set to equal with national tariffs in 2018. The countries’ electronic communications agencies have filed a draftagreement to the ministries for harmonization of the roaming prices with the ones of EU, reads Montenegro daily “Pobjeda”.

Regulators have informed the competent ministries that Bulgaria has already signed an agreement with Macedonia over equaling of roaming and national traffic prices. Bulgaria has said it would seek to do the same with the other countries.

The draft-agreement was adopted in Belgrade by the end of November, but it is also open for other interested countries. According to “Pobjeda”, informal talks have also taken place with representatives of Albania, Croatia and Turkey.

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