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Net neutrality and the end of EU roaming charges ‒ not there yet

 

29 July 2015

Following years of debate and intense lobbying, a long awaited agreement has finally been reached on a proposed EU regulation on net neutrality and mobile roaming surcharges

The European Commission sees this Regulation as an important step forward in the Digital Single Market, helping to ensure that Europe is a world leader in the digital economy. But the agreed text shows a desire for closure over certainty, and will leave industry uncertain when planning business models. Looking forward, the real challenge will be how the various actions and guidance to be provided by the Commission, BEREC and the national regulatory authorities will turn these proposals into workable and balanced rules.

Please click here to read our commentary on the current draft which assesses what it will mean for market participants.
 

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