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Connected Continent /Telecom Single Market Package

Debating the incremental positives & negatives.

This talk took place on Tuesday 11th March 2014 as part of the IIC Telecommunications & Media Forum in Brussels.

  • Spectrum: Formulating more efficient, ambitious spectrum policies that incentivise innovation and long term investment
    • Coordination of harmonization - what elements of spectrum policy are the most important to harmonise?
  • Net neutrality: What impact has the Dutch law on net neurality had?
    • How are underlying agreements between major distribution, applications and content players evolving?
    • What are the implications of net neutrality for universal connectivity and minimum QoS?
  • Access regulation: Are two networks enough to offer consumers choice and drive high speed investment?
  • Roaming: Zero roaming rates - if, how and when can a roaming cost free Europe be delivered?
    • Update on implementation and implications of Roaming III

In the Chair

  • Peter Alexiadis, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Panellists

  • Guillermo Beltrà, Senior Policy Officer, The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC)
  • Tayfun Cataltepe, Chief Officer, Regulations, Legal & Wholesale Business, Turkcell
  • Eric Debroeck, Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Orange
  • Leonard Thijssen, Project Manager Regulation TSM, Senior Official Directorate Telecom Markets, Ministry of Economic Affairs Netherlands
  • Tuesday, 11 March 2014

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