As of today in the European Union, and thus Croatia, new prices went into effect for international telephone calls and messages.
The highest price for a call is one kuna and 76 lipa per minute, while a text message cannot cost more than 55 lipa.
This price decrease is only for people and not legal entities warned Andro Marčev from the Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries HAKOM.
“As of today we have new regulations related to calls toward EU member states when a user is in Croatia. What is important to emphasize is that this is exclusively a regulation for calls for individuals, meaning prices remain the same for legal entities, the prices they have contracted with telephone operators remain. On the other hand, as of today regulated prices go into effect. Meaning today, if a user calls a mobile or fixed number in the European Union the maximum price has been defined and it amounts to one kuna and 76 lipa per minute,” said Marčev.
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