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In SnapShot 34, TCL examines current mobile pricing across six countries in Eastern Europe – including Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia & Hungary. Increasingly Eastern European MNO pricing includes call and SMS bundles for both domestic & international use (typically for calls across the EU). Unlimited SMS are provided, but call bundles are more limited.
Key companies mentioned in this SnapShot include:
Cosmote (Romania), GLOBUL (Bulgaria), Mtel (Bulgaria), Magyar Telecom (Hungary), O2 (Czech Republic), O2 (Slovakia), Orange (Poland), Orange (Romania), Orange (Slovakia), PLAY (Poland), Plus (Poland), T-Mobile (Czech Republic), T-Mobile (Poland), Telekom Slovenia, Telenor (Hungary), VIVACOM (Bulgaria), Vodafone (Czech Republic), Vodafone (Hungary) & Vodafone (Romania).
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction – Mobile Pricing in Eastern Europe
2. Trends in Mobile Pricing in Eastern Europe
3. Examples of Mobile Pricing in Eastern Europe (Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria & Slovakia)
4. Conclusion – Mobile Pricing in Eastern Europe
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