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Finnish govt plans to cut mobile subscription tie-ins, set rules on broadband speed and TV subtitling

Thursday 21 November 2019 | 13:18 CET | News
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The Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communications has begun a consultation on the draft Act on Electronic Communication Services, with a 16 January deadline for comments. Changes include a cut to mobile subscription tie-ins, amendments to minimum broadband speed, TV subtitling obligations, and rules on national call pricing.

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Companies: YLE
Countries: Finland
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