70% of Danes consider mobile bill payment fees too high

3 Denmark said a survey by opinion pollsters Wilke found that 70 percent of Danes consider their mobile phone bill payment fee to be excessive. It said that 22 percent of Danes do not even know whether or not the pay a transaction fee when settling their phone bill, while one quarter know they do, but not what the amount…

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3 Hong Kong launches Roam-in-Command packages

3 Hong Kong the “Roaming Expert” launches Roam-in-Command for as little as HK$15 per day for customers visiting Europe, Asia, the US, Canada and Greater China 3 Hong Kong, the mobile division of Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings Limited (HTHKH; stock code: 215), will tomorrow, July 21, launch the innovative Roam-in-Command service in four packages. Each grants customers up to 14 days discounted data…

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20% of Danes are confused about EU roaming, 3 Denmark said

On 15 June, the EU’s new roaming rules will enter into force. But there is a great deal of confusion among Danish mobile customers about what it means for future foreign telephony. A study by Wilke shows that 20% of Danes believe that they can roam freely in the EU this summer and avoid additional bills. Every 5 Danes mistakenly…

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3 Sweden scraps EU/EAA roaming charges on 29 May

3 Sweden said it will scrap all roaming costs in the EU and EEA on 29 May, ahead of the introduction on 15 June of the EU roam-like-home regulation. Tre customers will be able to talk, text and use the internet in the same way as they would in Sweden, with no change to their subscription fee or internet kitty….

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Hutchison Drei Austria announce monthly fees increase

Following price increases announced recently by A1 and T-Mobile Austria, Hutchison Drei Austria is also increasing its prices, reports Der Standard. READ MORE: Austria Telecom Market The operator informed customers of the tariffs 3Data Superflat and 3SuperSIM Data Flat about the changes in April. This agreement can be terminate free of charge up to the date of entry into force.

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EU’s antitrust watchdog announced raids on Sweden’s telecommunications companies

The European Commission on Tuesday said it had carried out surprise inspections at four major Swedish mobile telecommunication companies, which it suspects of having breached EU antitrust rules. According to an announcement issued by the Berlaymont on Tuesday, both EU and Swedish Competition Authority (Konkurrensverket) were involved in the raid. Unannounced inspections, as the ones that have already taken place,…

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