Greenland’s incumbent wireless operator TELE Greenland has announced that it will significantly increase its data allowance and lower its broadband tariffs from 1 June. According to a company press release, the country’s industry watchdog, the Telecom Agency (Telestyrelsen), has approved a number of new tariffs, with the monthly price for the ‘Flat Rate 4’ plan, which has 150GB data allowance, decreasing by almost 15% to DKK1,299 (USD223.9) in Nuuk and Qaqortoq. Subscribers in Ilulissat, Aasiaat, Sisimiut will also benefit from the ‘Internet Anneq’ plan with 50GB of data for DKK1,149 a month. TELE Greenland will also introduce two new mobile packages on 1 June in places which do not benefit from direct connection with a submarine cable: ‘Internet Akulleq’, which includes 15GB of data, and ‘Internet Angisooq’, which allows for 30GB of data. The two subscription plans will replace the existing Gold and Premium bundles, and will provide 60% more data for the same price.
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