Monday, 1 September 2008

Vodafone hits back at European Commission

A report in the Financial Times says Vodafone is hitting back at the European Commission’s plans for telecoms reform. In June, telecoms commissioner Viviane Reding criticised the level of termination charges and suggested that the American system of low termination rates and paying to receive calls might be more appropriate. Vodafone says termination charges need to be cut… but if they're cut as low as the EC suggests, 40 million people could end up dumping their mobiles because of increased charges elsewhere.

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