International Institute of Communications

Shaping the policy agenda: TELECOMMUNICATIONS • MEDIA • TECHNOLOGY
Tel:+44 (0)20 8544 8076
Fax:+44 (0)20 8544 8077

social twitter sm  social linkedin sm  social youtube sm  social facebook sm

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

Stay up to date with the IIC

Tell us how you'd like to stay informed about events, interviews and more from the IIC. 

My IIC Preferences

Follow us on Twitter