Bababa schreef:Dat zijn de tarieven tussen operators en niet voor consumenten. Hoeveel duidelijker wil je het hebben?For data, the eligible amount would be determined by operators in terms of the wholesale roaming data price
cap. This is the maximum price operators can charge each other for the data their consumers use abroad. The
exact amount of this cap is €7.7 per GB. As of 1 January 2018 it will be €6 per GB and will continue to decrease
every year until 2022.
For data, the customer will have at least twice the volume of data that can be purchased by the value of the customer's monthly contract at the wholesale roaming data price cap.
En in dat voorbeeld hebben ze het ook over een customer.
Example: In the Czech Republic, Zoran has a €20 pay and go (pre-paid) card for data, calls and texts, and pays 0.5 cent/ MB for data. By the time he goes on holiday, Zoran has €13 (€10.74 excl. VAT) credit remaining on his card.
While abroad, Zoran can enjoy a volume of data equivalent to the value of his credit. This means he gets the
equivalent of €10.74 worth at the wholesale roaming data price cap of €7.7/GB, meaning more than 1.4 GB