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European Commission proposal draws fair use policy on roaming
The European Commission will soon present a new proposal for the fair use policy that should apply when roaming from next year. The Commission presented the proposal Monday, but withdrew it again on Friday.
The President of the European Commission withdraw the proposal in due ‘feedback received’ it. Presumably that feedback from fellow European carriers. Who found the fair use policy is not ‘fair’ because roaming providers more revenue than would lose expected, reported the Financial Times.
On the other hand, found consumer that the rules do not go far enough and want to just an extension of the minimum of ninety days, reports Yahoo. The European Commission announced the withdrawal Friday known .
The European Commission will soon present a new and ‘better’ proposal for the fair use policy when roaming. Europe abolish roaming end in June 2017 off, but to prevent users from abroad a subscription and always roaming, the European Commission wants to curb roaming with a maximum number of days. Who goes over it, pays 0.85 cents per MB for data roaming and four cents per minute to call.
The fair use policy must be recorded in December. That should give providers time to bring the rules before the summer of next year in practice.Viewing:-97
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