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Roaming Charges to be Slashed from Next Week in Croatia

CroatiaSome good news for holidaymakers on their way to Croatia from next Tuesday, as roaming charges are to set to be slashed…

From 1 July, a new EU regulations will mean that there will be a limit on the cost of mobile calls, data use and text messages. Roaming calls in Croatia will cost no more than 19 cents per minute, it will cost 5 cents to receive a call, whilst sending an SMS will cost 6 cents. Mobile usrs will feel the biggest benefit in the new cost of data. Data roaming will be half the price from next Tuesday, at just 20 cents per megabyte, confirms CNET. The price cuts will come into effect in all EU countries from next Tuesday.

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