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On 13 November 2007 the European Commission adopted proposals for a reform of the EU telecoms rules. With the reform, the Commission wants to enable citizens, ...
Single European Telecoms Market 2008 progress report - briefing
Europe leads the world in mobile phone services with the number of subscriptions in 2008 at 119% of the EU population (up 7 percentage points from 2007), well ...
Commission anti-trust decision against Telefonica - frequently asked questions
European Commission fine of EUR 151 million against Spanish telecom group Telefonica.
Mobile phone termination rates - guide
With the aim of spurring competition among operators and lower phone charges for European consumers, the European Commission on 26 June 2008 started a public ...
Mobile phone termination rates - briefing
The European Commission has today set out clear guidance for EU telecoms regulators on the cost-based method to be used when calculating termination rates – ...
EU Telecoms Policy
Latest news about the European Union's policy on telecommunications.
5G mobile internet a step closer with 700 MHz deal
EU Member States will make the 700 MHz band available for wireless broadband by 2020, enabling a shift to 5G mobile internet, Parliament and Council ...
Digital Agenda: investment in digital economy holds key to Europe's future prosperity: Commission report
Europe's digital economy is growing in strength, spreading throughout all sectors of the economy and reaching into all areas of our lives, according to the ...
Sizing the EU app economy
This report focuses on sizing and qualifying the EU app ecosystem, with an eye toward revenue generation, jobs supported, and the bottlenecks still facing EU ...
Eurapp - a study of the European app economy launched by the European Commission and run by DERI, NUI Galway and GigaOM Research - will provide a comprehensive ...
Europe's satnav system reaches 1 billion smartphones
Galileo, Europe's satellite navigation system, reached 1 billion smartphone users worldwide Tuesday, as the European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency ...
Telecommunication Market and Regulatory Developments 2011
Greater data consumption and a shift to mobile technologies (such as smartphones) and mobile services (such as 3G internet, music streaming and webmail) are ...
Digital Agenda Scoreboard - need for structural economic reform across Europe and surplus of ICT jobs
Europe's citizens, businesses and innovator s are generating enough digital demand to put Europe into sustainable economic growth, but failure to supply enough ...
Search telecoms companies in Europe
Telecommunications industry companies in Europe
The WiFi4EU initiative promotes free access to Wi-Fi connectivity for citizens in public spaces including parks, squares, public buildings, libraries, health ...
Harmonisation of radio frequency bands - boost for 4G
The European Commission is add another 120 MHz to the radio spectrum portfolio for 4G technologies, such as LTE (Long Term Evolution), around the 2 GHz band. ...
Use of mobile phones on ships in European waters - briefing
The European Commission has adopted new rules to make it easier for passengers and crew on ships in the EU's territorial waters to make mobile phone calls or ...
UK broadband scheme complies with EU state aid rules
The UK's National Broadband Scheme for 2016-2020, which aims to connect homes and businesses throughout the UK to high speed broadband. complies with EU state ...
End of EU roaming charges in 2017
You will not have roaming charges when travelling to another EU country from 15 June 2017. Every existing or new contract that includes roaming services will ...
WIFI4EU - Free Wi-Fi for Europeans
The WiFi4EU initiative supports the installation of free public Wi-Fi hotspots in local communities across the EU: in public squares, town halls, parks, ...
EC facilitates use of mobile phones on ships
The European Commission has adopted new rules to make it easier for passengers and crews on ships to use their mobile phones whilst in European waters.
Vodafone welcomes EU Commission's revision of EU telecoms framework
Vodafone welcomes the review of the EU telecoms framework resulting in today’s proposal for a new European Electronic Communications Code and the Commission’s ...
Agreement on roaming wholesale caps detrimental to competition and end-users
Yesterday evening, an agreement was reached between EU lawmakers and Member States on the level of caps for the wholesale roaming charges mobile network ...
Legislators should not lose sight of correcting discriminatory wholesale roaming charges despite progress on EECC
Legislators make welcome progress on pro-competitive radio spectrum aspects of the draft European Electronic Communications Code, but high wholesale roaming ...
5G and the EU
The 'fifth generation' of telecommunications systems, or 5G, will be the most critical building block of our "digital society" in the next decade. Europe has ...
The objective of the study on Spectrum assignments in the EU was to assess the specific elements, processes and conditions under which radio spectrum, in ...
Connecting Europe Facility - guide
The European Commission has today tabled a plan which will fund €50 billion worth of investment to improve Europe's transport, energy and digital networks. ...
The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) is a key EU funding instrument to promote growth, jobs and competitiveness through targeted infrastructure investment at ...
EU reaches unambitious deal on Roaming charges and Net Neutrality
Negotiations between the European Parliament and Council on a Telecoms Single Market regulation concluded today, setting a deadline to abolish roaming charges ...
EC proposal for a Regulation on mobile roaming - guide
A proposal for a long-term solution to the continued high cost of using mobile phones and other mobile devices whilst travelling in the EU (roaming) has been ...
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