Macedonia and Bulgaria to abolish roaming charges

27 Nov 2017

Macedonia’s Ministry of Information Society and Administration (MIO) and Bulgaria’s Ministry of Transport, IT & Communications and have inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at abolishing roaming charges between the two countries, BalkanInsight writes. The bilateral treaty will be ratified by the Macedonian parliament in December, with prime minister Zoran Zaev cited as saying: ‘I hope that in the next three to six months, people will have cheaper roaming.’ A similar agreement with Serbia is reportedly also in the works and should be signed on 6 December, the news source claims.

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