Bosnia roaming: One of the European countries that isn’t covered with EU RLAH rule and could get you really high charges is Bosnia.

Therefore, EU phone users in Bosnia will still be subject to roaming charges when they are in Bosnia (there are operators which did exceptions but it must be checked).

Have frequent business visits to Bosnia? Contact us to enhance productivity and  lower expenses.

Bosnia roaming

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Bosnia roaming

Local SIM Cards: Currently in 2019, there are three major mobile phone providers in Bosnia: BH Telecom, m:tel and Eronet.

SIM cards don’t require registration in Bosnia and Herzegovina and remain anonymous. You can buy them in many kiosks, newsstands or shopping malls for around 4-5 KM plus some loaded credit.

If you purchase via Alertify, your SIM card can be shipped to the hotel or AIRbnb or even to your home before departure.

Our solution last longer than any local SIM card: You don’t need to buy new SIM Cards every single time you enter a different country. And every solution is unique and created for your needs.

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Bosnia telecom & Travel news

The economic prosperity of Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) largely rests with the country’s continuing integration with the European Union (EU). GDP growth has recovered from the slow-down seen in the wake of the GFC in 2008 and 2009, though growth was inconsistent until 2015, since when the economy had grown at above 3% annually. Other than a slight dip in 2017, growth for 2018 was 3.2%. There remain some significant challenges, not least of which is high unemployment which continues to hinder the country’s economic growth potential.

The telecom market has been liberalised and a regulatory framework created based on the EU’s regulatory framework for communications. Although Bosnia-Herzegovina remains an EU candidate country, in July 2017 it applied amended mobile roaming charges to fit in with changes introduced across the Union. Further Bosnia roaming agreements were made in 2019 with other western Balkan countries



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