Greenland’s incumbent wireless operator TELE Greenland has announced that it will significantly lower its mobile tariffs from 1 May. According to a company press release, the country’s telecoms watchdog, the Telecom Agency (Telestyrelsen), has approved a number of new tariffs, with the price for mobile data decreasing by DKK0.75 (USD0.14) per 1MB, to DKK1. Further, the cellco will halve the prices for sending SMS/MMS to DKK0.60, while voice calls will be charged at DKK1.23 per minute, regardless of the call time. TELE Greenland will also introduce two new mobile packages on 1 May: ‘Mobile Akulleq’, priced at DKK275 per month, includes 120 minutes of voice calls, 500 SMS/MMS and 500MB of data, while ‘Mobile Angisooq’, which costs DKK350 per month, comprises of 180 minutes of voice calls, 1,000 text or multimedia messages and 1GB of data. Meanwhile, the ‘Mobile Data 300’ plan will be discontinued, and current subscribers will be automatically migrated to Mobile Angisooq from 1 May.
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