Vodafone provides mobile services to Romania’s Organized Crime Directorate

Telecom operator Vodafone Romania will provide mobile telecommunication services to the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) in the next three years.

Vodafone has won a contract worth RON 2.98 million (EUR 666,500).

Orange and Telekom Romania also took part in the public tender. The bid price had a share of 45% in the attribution criteria, reports local Economica.net.

The combination of loyalty points and discounts offered by the operator had a share of 20% and the data traffic included in the subscription contributed by 30% to the attribution criteria.

The initial estimated price for the contract was RON 1.48 million, without VAT. The contract was awarded at the maximum price estimated in the initial notice.

DIICOT needed some 379-530 subscriptions.

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