Bosnia’s Communications Regulatory Agency (CRA) has been tasked with aligning the prices charged for mobile services by the nation’s wireless operators with those charged by cellcos in other countries in the region. According to Telecompaper, which cites a report by Capital, the Committee on Transport and Communications of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina has directed the watchdog to ensure relative price parity within 120 days. The call comes after a decision last June in which Bosnia’s House of Representatives noted that Bosnian citizens were paying the highest prices for mobile services in the former Yugoslavia region; as such, the government then gave the CRA 90 days to bring Bosnian mobile prices in line with nearby countries, though this order was ultimately not implemented.
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