Germany’s telecoms regulator, the Federal Network Agency (FNA, also known as Bundesnetzagentur or BNetzA), has published its proposal for new mobile termination rates charged by the country’s mobile network operators. From 1 December 2014 the watchdog suggests that the fee fall from the current rate of EUR0.0179 (USD0.0235) to EUR0.0172 per minute. In a second step, the FNA proposes that mobile termination rates will drop further, to EUR0.0166 per minute, on 1 December 2015 with this rate valid until the end of November 2016. The announced rate cuts are provisional and subject to a national consultation procedure, and subsequent feedback from the European Commission and regulators in other European Union member states.
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