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Mobile internet prices between the EU and the Western Balkans will be lower from 1st October this year.

Representatives of the European Commission (EC), the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) and mobile operators from the European Union and the Western Balkans agreed that the prices of tariff supplements and special tariff packages between the EU and the Western Balkans should be lower than regular tariff packages.

“This means that the citizens of the Western Balkans will be able to use tariff supplements or special tariff packages through which mobile internet in roaming will become more affordable, with prices that are significantly lower than the prices in regular tariff packages,” the company Yettel announced.

The price reduction will be introduced gradually, through several stages, ending in 2028, with the aim of creating even more favorable tariffs, and the announced price reduction in October is the first stage.

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The initiative of the EU, RCC and mobile operators will make it possible, as stated, for special mobile internet roaming tariffs to become the market standard in the Western Balkans during a stay in the EU.

The mobile operators of the Western Balkans region made the most significant contribution to the creation of the unique economic zone of that region, by completely abolishing roaming charges for all types of traffic in the region’s six economies as of 1 July 2021.

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