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Thursday, 10 May 2012 - Brussels Revised edition

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Text tabled : A7-0149/2012

  Vilja Savisaar-Toomast (ALDE), in writing. (ET) Today, using a mobile phone has become as ordinary and necessary as eating and drinking. At the same time, the purpose of using phones has changed – in addition to calling, mobile phones are used for sending and receiving SMSs, browsing web pages or using GPS. The number of users and services is increasing day by day. Although, in recent years, more attention has been devoted to roaming fees for mobile communications, costs for the use of call and SMS services are, unfortunately, still unreasonably high, especially for data transmission, where prices can differ several hundredfold. I am pleased to welcome this report as a further development in the European internal market. If people can move freely from one Member State to another, they must also be able to communicate freely, and for a reasonable price, and to use different mobile communication services. For this reason, I supported the adoption of this report, and look forward to a reduction in mobile communications prices.

 
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