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M:tel discounts direct internet access by 50%

Bosnian telecommunications operator m:tel is offering a 50 percent discount for business subscribers signing up for its Retail Internet Direct Access service. Users of this service get a connection to access the internet, at least four public IP addresses, DNS hosting domains with/without internet domain registration and technical support 24 hours a day. READ MORE: 4G unlikely to arrive in Bosnia…

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m:tel introduces changes to Open Biz service

Bosnian telecom operator m:tel has announced changes to its Open Biz service, to be implemented from 1 October. A new addition is the Open Biz Duo Standard package with a monthly fee of BAM 49.90. The offer includes fixed internet access and IPTV (the Open Biz package). The internet speeds will depend on the technology: ADSL (10/1 Mbps), VDSL (20/1…

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Montenegro end-June mobile phone users up 2.67% y/y

The number of mobile phone subscribers in Montenegro rose to 1,038,855 at the end of June, up 2.67% year-on-year, according to data from the national telecommunications regulator, EKIP. Mobile penetration rate in Montenegro rose to 167.55% in June, up from 164.22% at the end of May, when the number of subscribers was 1,018,206, figures posted on the EKIP website show….

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M:tel offers 50% discount on business tariffs

Bosnian operator m:tel is offering a 50 percent discount on the first two or four months subscription (depending on the contractual obligation) for its NetBiz or OpenBiz packages. READ MORE: Bosnia-Herzegovina ends 2016 with 663,000 internet users In addition, subscribers of the m:biz packages will get double bonus minutes for calls to all mobile networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The…

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M:tel introduces tourist prepaid package

Montenegrin operator m:tel has introduced a tourist prepaid package offering users fifteen days of unlimited internet. When activating the package, users will get 10 GB of internet at maximum speed for the first three days, after which the speed will be reduced. READ MORE: Montenegro reaches decision on new roaming prices With every top-up until 30 September, users get an…

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M:tel offers double minutes for business users

Bosnian operator m:tel is offering double bonus minutes for calls to all national networks for subscribers of its m:biz business tariffs. In addition, customers get unlimited calls to fixed networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina, unlimited SMS and mobile internet, as well as bonus minutes to the fixed network of Telekom Srbija in Serbia. READ MORE: m:tel introduces 60/4 Mbps in business…

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m:tel discounts NetBiz Max 1 package by 30%

Bosnian operator m:tel is discounting the monthly subscription for the NetBiz Max 1 business internet package by 30 percent. The promotion is valid with 24-month loyalty contracts for both new and existing business customers. READ MORE: m:tel introduces 60/4 Mbps in business internet packages With the Netbiz Max 1 package users get internet speeds of up to 50/3 Mbps, plus there…

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M:tel discounts prepaid fixed telephony subscription

Bosnian operator m:tel has launched a new promotion, offering a 50 percent discount on the monthly subscription to the fixed telephony service. READ MORE: Bosnia and Herzegovina Telecom Market All new and existing customers of the prepaid fixed telephony service will pay BAM 3.50 per month instead of BAM 7 per month until 10 June. The prepaid service can be topped…

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Montenegro reaches decision on new roaming prices

Montenegro’s Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Activity, following amendments to the Law on Electronic Communications, has adopted a decision that imposes on mobile operators the dynamics for reducing roaming fees. READ MORE: 2017 To Be The ‘Year Of Eastern Europe’: Croatia top choice in Eastern Europe The maximum average wholesale price of roaming calls for Crnogorski Telekom, Telenor and m:tel…

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