Roaming charges between six Western Balkan countries scrappedEuropost
Starting 1 July, the citizens of North Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, who are travelling throughout the region, will no longer incur roaming charges while using their mobile devices to make phone calls, send SMS messages or surf the internet, the MIA newswire reported, cited by BTA.
This move concludes the implementation of the Regional Roaming Agreement signed between the six Western Balkan countries at the Second Western Balkans Digital Summit, held in 2019. The first stage of the implementation process was launched in 2019, when roaming charges were cut by up to 80%. Starting tomorrow, the second phase takes effect, ushering the complete scrapping of all roaming charges.