Friday, March 01, 2013
Commission insists German operators should not be allowed special treatment on mobile rates
EUROPA - PRESS RELEASES - Press Release - Digital Agenda: Commission insists German operators should not be allowed special treatment on mobile rates: "In the letter sent to BNetzA today, the Commission explains that the new rates in the regulator's proposal do not comply with the principles and objectives of EU telecoms rules which require Member States to promote competition and the interests of consumers in the EU, as well as the development of the Single Market. This is a further example of the Commission using its powers regarding national remedies under Article 7a of the Telecoms Directive (MEMO11/321). BNetzA now has three months to work with the Commission and the body of European telecoms regulators (BEREC) on a solution to this case." 'via Blog this'