Cyprus prices comparing to those in the EU: Compared to all EU28
countries, prices for mobile broadband and telephony in Cyprus are, across the offers studied, much more expensive than on EU average. However, the lowest price of offers for consumers requiring 0.1 GB data and 30 calls with 100 SMS is less expensive than on EU average.
Price Trends: Prices for mobile broadband and telephony in Cyprus show no clear trend compared to the previous year (2017). Customers seeking 0.1 GB data and 30 calls with 100 SMS find prices fell strongly.
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Local SIM Cards: Currently in 2019, there are five major mobile phone providers in Cyprus: Cyta Vodafone, PrimeTel, MTN, KKTC Turkcell and KKTC Telsim.
The north of island is not part of EU, so roaming prices are not regulated (no ‘roam like at home’ rule).
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The Cypriot mobile market is served by four mobile network operators. Cyta has offered mobile services under the Cytamobile-Vodafone brand since 2004 following a partner agreement with Vodafone Group, while MTN Cyprus was once part of the international MTN Group before being acquired by Monaco Telecom in mid-2018. PrimeTel added market competition after launching services in 2015 soon after the company secured mobile spectrum licences (it had offered services as an MVNO since 2011). The cableco Cablenet, which also offered mobile services as an MVNO, launched services over its own network in mid-2017.
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