CRC amends general requirements for provision of telecoms services

15 Jan 2014

Bulgaria’s telecoms regulator, the Communications Regulation Commission (CRC), has published Decision No. 928, dated 19 December 2013, amending the general requirements for the provision of public electronic communications. According to a notice published in the Official Gazette, under the new regulations, network operators are required to offer at least two subscription tariffs, subject to per-second billing, after a minimum initial cycle of 30 seconds per call. The new billing regime will apply to all post-paid and pre-paid mobile and fixed telephony subscriptions. Further, the document states that each subscriber is entitled to terminate his/her individual contract without penalty within one month of the introduction of any contract amendments.

Bulgaria, Communications Regulation Commission (CRC),

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