Friday, 21 September 2018

Germany set to face EU wrath over MTR stance

By Total Telecom staff
Friday 05 September 14

Bundesnetzagentur proposals to lower mobile termination rates over the next two years expected to cause further criticism.

The European Commission and Germany’s telecoms regulator could be heading for a major clash over the country’s latest proposed reductions in mobile termination rates, which remain among the highest in Europe and produce millions of euros in revenue a year for Germany’s mobile operators. Ongoing efforts by the European Commission have seen MTRs come down in a number of European countries…

The European Commission and Germany’s telecoms regulator could be heading for a major clash over the country’s latest proposed reductions in mobile termination rates, which remain among the highest in Europe and produce millions of euros in revenue a year for Germany’s mobile operators. Ongoing efforts by the European Commission have seen MTRs come down in a number of European countries…

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