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Swisscom cuts interconnection prices

The former telecommunications monopoly, Swisscom, has reached an agreement with six rival operators to cut interconnection prices for the year 2000 by 16 to 19 per cent compared to 1999.

This content was published on January 12, 2000 - 15:13

The former telecommunications monopoly, Swisscom, has reached an agreement with six rival operators to cut interconnection prices for the year 2000 by 16 to 19 per cent compared to 1999.

The interconnection price is what Swisscom charges other telecommunications companies to use its network to connect calls.

Swisscom said its new deal with Sunrise, Tele2, COLT, GTN, Télésonique and STAR Telecom would apply to all telecommunications companies on the Swiss market. It said the cuts put its interconnection prices well below the European average.

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