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 Friday, January 13, 2012

Spanish regulator CMT has launched public consultations on mobile termination rates in the Movistar, Vodafone, Orange and Yoigo networks. CMT proposes a 73 percent reduction of mobile termination fees for the three main mobile operators Movistar, Vodafone Spain and Orange Spain, from the current 4 eurocents per minute to 1.09 eurocents per minute. CMT also plans to cut MTRs in the Yoigo ne­twork by 80 percent, from the current 4.98 eurocents to 1.09 eurocents per minute. The regulator proposes a two-year glide path for mobile termination rates, with cuts every six months starting in April 2012 until October 2014.

Source: Telecom Paper.