Comparison between today’s ADSL tariffs and prices prior to the introduction of renewals every 4 weeks also shows an average increase in fees of 10.1%. Consequently, the thirteenth month in the fixed telephony sector has resulted in extra spending for families of 31 Euros per year. Prior to the introduction of the renewals every four weeks, the average spending for fixed telephony was 321 Euros. To date, as mentioned above, this value is 354 Euros.[amazon_link asins=’B01BBO7A9C,B01FJ4AIU8,B071474YHT,B01NBHMLOS,B0753DK9JP,B06XBYMX58′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’alert0b-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=”]
It is important to point out that a monthly billing return with locked up prices would not restore the state of the fixed telephony market to the period prior to the introduction of renewals every 4 weeks. As a matter of fact, the average annual Internet subscription cost would be even higher than 11 Euros with a difference of + 3.5% compared to what users would pay before the 28-day tariffs were introduced.