Is UK mobile cartel under threat?

21 April 2007

One of the reasons mobile operators have thrived in Europe is
because they have been able to keep the call termination charges quite
high, but that practice is coming under pressure from British telecom
regulator, Ofcom.

Starting April 1, the mobile network operators have been asked to
comply with new rules that limits the fees they can charge for call
termination. These reductions come into effect through 2011.The 3g
mobile carrier, 3 for instance has been asked to reduce its termination
charges by 45% to about 5.9 cents a minute, which is still high.

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