CRA lowers fixed line and wireless licence fees

6 Mar 2009

Limun.hr is reporting that the Bosnian telecoms regulator, the Communications Regulatory Agency (CRA), has announced it will reduce the cost of licence fees in both the fixed line and wireless sectors. The cost of a licence to offer fixed line voice services will be reduced from BAM70,000 (USD45,000) to BAM55,000, while the fixed line network licence fee will fall from BAM500,000 to BAM450,000. GSM licences will be reduced from BAM600,000 to BAM550,000. The decision was taken by the regulator last month, but will not come in to force until at least 2010.

Bosnia and Herzegovina,Communications Regulatory Agency (RAK),

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