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German minister reiterates govt opposition to national roaming requirement

Friday 30 November 2018 | 10:03 CET | News
Germany's transport minister has reiterated the government's opposition to a national roaming requirement, saying it could distort competition, reports Inside-handy.de. Speaking at broadband industry group Breko's annual conference, Andreas Scheuer said he was satisfied with the 5G licence conditions and did not see a need to amend the Telecom Act to add roaming, as suggested earlier by Breko. 

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