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ITU IMR Cost Analysis Tool

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Cost Analysis Tool

A tool designed to help you forecast the cost of international mobile roaming compared to domestic mobile

This sample tool is based on the 2015 ITU-T Guide for NRAs on IMR cost analysis available here..

This tool is designed to help forecast the cost of international mobile roaming voice calls compared to domestic mobile voice calls.

The tool covers voice communications and is available in a basic version and an enhanced version. Click below to get access. Please note that the ITU does not store any information provided through the tool: once you have finished using it and have noted your results, simply click on the reset button.

About the tool:

Key Assumptions:

The following assumptions are made in order to ensure the simplicity of the tool: Note: This sample tool can be also used with traffic figures, for roaming and domestic volumes, if known, to estimate the cost per unit of traffic.


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