Telecommunications – Swisscom does not want to increase prices until the end of 2024 – News




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  • Until the end of 2024, Swisscom will refrain from increasing the price of telephone, mobile, TV and Internet subscriptions for private customers.
  • The increased VAT should not be passed on to customers either.
  • Other providers had previously announced price stability or price increases.

The prices for Swisscom private customers should remain the same until the end of 2024, as Swisscom boss Christoph Aeschlimann said in an interview with the “SonntagsZeitung”. There could be individual adjustments, for example with additional services or television packages in the sports area.

It was only in mid-May that the Federal Communications Commission granted Swisscom the license for universal service in the telecommunications sector.

Other providers also recently announced their price plans. While Sunrise announced a price increase of four percent from July 1, 2023 due to inflation, Salt promised in a statement not to increase prices for at least three years.


SRF 4 News, June 4th, 2023, 3:00 a.m.;


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