Following a review, Ofcom has announced limits on the amount mobile phone companies can charge other operators for connecting calls on their networks. Limiting tariffs is expected to lead to an annual cut of between £400m and £500m in wholesale charges.
Ofcom said the controls on connection fees should lead to "significant savings" for consumers. The new limits on termination charges are set to come into force on 1 April and will last for four years.
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