The tariffs covering the period from 30 April are maximum surcharges to the price paid in the home network.
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For services paid for in currencies other than the euro, the amount in euro is converted to the other currency using the reference rates published in the Official Journal of the European Union OJoEU. The wholesale exchange rate however is taken from only the rate published on 1 May of that year. From 1 July the maximum surcharges on retail prices [ clarification needed ] when not covered by roam like at home are as follows in local currencies data prices from 1 January :. From 1 July the maximum surcharges on retail prices when not covered by Roam like at home are as follows in local currencies:.
So the final prices for each country can be calculated by adding the corresponding VAT rate and converting to the currency of the country if non-euro. When opting to do so, it must also exempt from its national VAT any roaming services supplied by home networks within its territory but used outside the EU VAT area. The inclusion of telecommunications within the scope of Article 9 was requested by the United Kingdom,  which subsequently enacted the change under Article 19 of the Value Added Tax Place of Supply of Services Order The charge limits for the Eurotariff and the wholesale average charge should be calculated to the maximum number of decimal places permitted by the official exchange rate.
This sets the maximum that can be charged in the national currency. Providers may wish in practice to quote charges in whole numbers of currency units, especially at the retail level, although this in practice is not compulsory. In this case, the numbers should be rounded down. Rounding up of these numbers to above the level of the relevant cap is not permitted under any circumstances.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with European Union international calls regulations or Regional Roaming Agreement. Further information: European Union international calls regulations. Beginning on 1 July operators cannot charge their roaming customers for the receipt by them of a roaming voice mail message. Listening to such messages could still be charged as an outgoing call in the future. This practice was already required by national regulators before the EU roaming regulations were implemented, so it is outside of the scope of this regulation.
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Archived PDF from the original on 11 May Official Journal of the European Union. Retrieved 8 March L86, ERG 07 86rev2 Archived PDF from the original on 1 April ERG 07 Archived from the original on 6 November Coaxial cable Fiber-optic communication Optical fiber Free-space optical communication Molecular communication Radio waves Transmission line. Space-division Frequency-division Time-division Polarization-division Orbital angular-momentum Code-division. ETRC advocates strongly that regulators consider adapting the application of existing EU and national legislation to the duty free and travel retail channel to take account retrospectively of the international marketplace that is being served, and of the nature and place of final consumption of the goods retailed.
In the event of new legislation being put forward, this should at all times include specific rules tailored to the needs of the travel retail channel. The FIC Regulation also specifies that the labelling of food products should be in a language easily understood by the consumers of the Member State where a food is marketed.
This duty-free and travel retail channel is made up of a global customer base of internationally diverse travellers, where the consumer may or may not even speak the language of the airport they are travelling through or airline or maritime vessel they are travelling on. ETRC fully supports the principle that consumers should have access to relevant and meaningful information on the products they wish to purchase and consume. ETRC has been working for many years to find a pragmatic solution to providing consumers with product information in a way that meets both the requirements of the regulators and the specificities of our unique consumer, the international traveller.
ETRC argues that digital labelling through which mandatory information can be provided in a consumer-friendly format is the optimum solution to comply fully with regulatory requirements, while enabling our channel to continue to thrive and propose iconic products targeting an international audience.