News :: Commission urges Danish regulator to take stronger action on mobile termination rates
Telecoms: European Commission urges Danish regulator to take
stronger action on mobile termination rates
(23/12/2009) In a letter sent today, the European Commission has called on Danish telecoms regulator NITA to align the mobile termination rates (MTRs) of the smallest mobile operator, Barablu, with those of the other mobile companies as soon as possible. At the same time, the Commission welcomed NITA's proposal to review its cost model for calculating MTRs in the near future. The Commission stressed the need to bring NITA's cost model in line with the Commission's Recommendation on Termination Rates. MTRs are the wholesale prices which mobile operators charge other fixed and mobile operators for connecting incoming calls to subscribers located on their networks and are ultimately included in the phone prices of calls to mobile networks.
Commission Press Room: IP/09/2000