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Press release: ERGP 16th Plenary meeting and Opinion on Future Regulation

23.07.2019

 ERGP has published press releases about ERGP 16th Plenary meeting and Opinion on Future Regulation.

More information on the website of ERGP:
https://ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/postal-services/ergp_en

Press release: ERGP Work Programme 2020 and Medium Term Strategy 2020-2022

23.07.2019

 ERGP Work Programme 2020 and Medium Term Strategy 2020-2022 are on a public consultation till 27th and 20th of September 2019 respectively. More information on the website of ERGP:

https://ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/postal-services/ergp_en

Press release: ERGP Forum on 18th of September 2019

23.07.2019

The European Regulators Group for Postal Services (ERGP) Stakeholder Forum is the meeting point for regulators, and postal, digital, delivery and e-commerce sector representatives. The 2019 forum aims to collect experiences about if and which postal regulation is needed, in view of the ERGP opinion on the review of the regulatory framework, recently published on the ERGP webpage (under 'ERGP Documents').


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Competition must be trusted in granting 5G frequency licences

11.07.2019

The Competition Authority formed an opinion about the competition of frequency licenses in the frequency band of 3,410-3,800 MHz, as a result of which, the undertakings acquiring the licenses will start building a so-called 5G network for communications services.

The Competition Authority finds that the frequency band should not be divided into three or four parts, and sees instead an opportunity to put the frequency licenses on auction as smaller blocks of frequencies. Frequency licenses for 3,410-3,800 MHz band in 5 or 10 MHz blocks have been auctioned in several other European Union countries. This situation would stimulate competition not only between the three major mobile communications operators but would also provide players with new business model with an opportunity to develop a 5G network in Estonia. The estimated application range of the 5G technology is much wider and more varied than merely higher data communication speeds.


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