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  1. Contributions to the public consultation on the review of national wholesale roaming markets, fair use policy and the sustainability mechanism- Business

    Operators' Association- ETNO   (EN) Eutema GmbH  (EN)  Mobileum Inc.   (EN) NOS Comunicações, S.A.   (EN ... ) SciamuS Kft.   (EN) Aero 2 Sp. z o.o.   (EN) Bite Lietuva  (EN)  BOUYGUES EUROPE  (EN)  Deutsche Telekom ... AG   (EN) Drillisch AG  (EN) eircom Ltd/Meteor Mobile Communications Ltd  (EN)  Elisa Corporation ...

    (not verified) - 22/03/2016 - 13:27

  2. Contributions to the public consultation on the review of national wholesale roaming markets, fair use policy and the sustainability mechanism- Government authority

    publication. 22/03/2016- 01:00 ANACOM (Portuguese national regulatory authority) (EN) Austria (Federal Ministry ... of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection) (EN) Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la ... Competencia (ES) Estonia (Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications) (EN) Finland (Ministry of Transport ...

    (not verified) - 22/03/2016 - 13:27

  3. Summary report on the public consultation on the review of national wholesale roaming markets, fair use policy and the sustainability mechanism

    Consultation results The public consultation on the review of national wholesale roaming markets, fair use policy and the sustainability mechanism, took place from 26 November 2015 to 18 February 2016. 23/03/2016- 01:00 This report takes stock of the cont ...

    (not verified) - 03/05/2016 - 18:17

  4. First results of the roaming public consultation

    News Article The European Commission has just published the first results of its roaming public consultation on various technical measures related to the end of roaming charges in the EU. 22/03/2016- 12:40 The results of the public consultation show that ...

    (not verified) - 23/03/2016 - 16:02

  5. European Commission halts Austrian proposal to charge different termination rates depending on where the call originates

    News Article The Commission has opened an in-depth investigation of the Austrian telecoms regulator's intention to allow Austrian operators to differentiate fixed and mobile termination rates based on the Member State where the call originates. 23/03 ...

    (not verified) - 30/03/2016 - 10:40

  6. European Commission requests the German regulator to set fixed termination rates based on the recommended methodology

    News Article The Commission has issued a recommendation asking BNetzA, the German regulator to amend or withdraw its proposal which would lead to fixed termination rates 200% higher than in the vast majority of the Member States. 01/04/2016- 02:00 The Eur ...

    (not verified) - 06/04/2016 - 13:08

  7. Commission sets out technical conditions to allocate more radio frequencies to mobile internet services

    Digibytes The European Commission today adopted an Implementing Decision on the harmonisation of the 694-790 MHz (700 MHz) frequency band for wireless broadband. 27/04/2016- 02:00 The Commission today adopted a set of harmonised technical conditions that ...

    (not verified) - 02/05/2016 - 19:27

  8. New decrease in roaming charges before their end in June 2017

    Digibytes On 30 April new rules on roaming and net neutrality enter into force. Calling, texting or surfing online from another Member States (roaming) will get cheaper. 29/04/2016- 13:37 When travelling in the EU, mobile devices users will only pay a sma ...

    (not verified) - 04/05/2016 - 16:47

  9. Synopsis report of the public consultation on the review of national wholesale roaming markets

    Consultation results Read the Synopsis report on the review of national wholesale roaming markets. The public consultation took place from 26 November 2015 to 18 February 2016. 04/05/2016- 02:00 Do Not Publish as Rapid Press Release Synopsis report ...

    (not verified) - 13/07/2016 - 17:30

  10. European Commission opens an in-depth investigation into German regulator's plan to allow Deutsche Telekom to upgrade its network

    News Article The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation of the German telecoms regulator's (BNetzA's) intention to allow Deutsche Telekom (DT), to upgrade its network with vectoring technology in areas close to DT's exchan ...

    (not verified) - 16/06/2016 - 19:53

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