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The evolution of mobile voice prices

by Halvor Sannaes | 9月 18, 2015

The mobile tariffs are increasingly focussed on data usage and prices. Voice and message capabilities are moving in the background, and the prices of these services appear to be less important. However, there are still many users who rely on voice and message services, and for them the prices of voice calls and text messages are important, even though they appear to be "thrown in for free" when the tariffs are being marketed today.
A new insight from Teligen investigates how the prices of voice and message services have developed over the last five years, and whether prices can still be expected to be on a declining slope.
See http://sa-link.cc/MVPrices1509 for more information.
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