When shall we three meet again? Trio of regulators to negotiate lower roaming fees

21 May 2013

Representatives from FYR Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro will meet in Skopje in July to discuss a potential reduction in roaming fees, Telecompaper writes, citing local press reports. The initiative, spearheaded by Macedonian telecoms watchdog the Agency for Electronic Communications (AEC) and attended by a representative of the European Commission, will see AEC hammer out terms with its Serbian and Montenegrin counterparts – the Republic Agency for Electronic Communications (RATEL) and the Agency for Electronic Communications and Post (EKIP) respectively – for a trilateral programme to reduce roaming fees between the three nations.

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