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Cheaper roaming between the Western Balkan countries

SARAJEVO – Prices for roaming services between North Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina will be down by 27% today, and by July 2021, they will be completely eliminated. The dynamics of price reductions are in line with the agreement signed at the Second Digital Summit for the Western Balkans as a prerequisite for launching the EU’s roaming process. On average, prices for outgoing calls dropped by – 65%, and for data transfer – 78%, which are by all means significant reductions, but in some cases, the reductions go as far as -99%. For example, the price for outgoing calls in some cases goes down to 0.08 euro cents, and the price for data transfer 0.03 euro cents, depending on the operator. In addition, a new deal with the EU allowing for lower roaming prices between the Western Balkans and the EU is on its way.

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