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Ofcom | Infrastructure Report 2014. The report provides data on the nature and coverage of the UK’s fixed broadband, mobile and Wi-Fi networks, digital television, digital radio and internet infrastructure. Alongside the Infrastructure Report, Ofcom is launching an interactive coverage map which provides a single-stop for consumers and businesses to discover the quality of the […]
Trade MEPs to debate TTIP transparency with Commissioner Malmström. The transparency of the EU’s Transatlantic Trade and investment partnership (TTIP) talks with the USA, the EU’s vision for these talks after changes in political players on both sides of the Atlantic and other EU trade policy issues will be debated with EU trade Commissioner Cecilia […]
The President of UKE presents the implementation status of the Strategy for 2012-2015. Swift deployment of fixed-line and mobile broadband access, digital switchover and protection of consumers, including more than PLN 1.8 million recovered for their benefit – the President of UKE presents up-to-date effects of the Strategy implementation.
Changing your Service Provider. To take advantage of a dynamic marketplace for telecommunications and broadcasting services, Canadians must be able to easily switch service providers. A few years ago, the CRTC ensured that consumers could switch service providers by making a single call, making the new provider responsible for notifying the existing provider of the […]
The European Commission has decided to refer Estonia to the Court of Justice of the EU over its national law which does not guarantee the impartiality of the national telecoms regulator. According to EU telecoms rules, national authorities exercising regulatory tasks cannot at the same time be involved in the ownership or control of telecoms […]