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GSMA sets out 7-step plan to boost European mobile sector

Tuesday 31 May 2016 | 09:01 CET | News
Europe needs to implement a fundamental change in its approach to telecoms policy if it wants to regain a leading position in mobile, according to the GSMA. As demand for mobile data rises across the continent with the growth in 4G and mobile technology progresses towards 5G, the association has set out seven policy steps it believes are necessary to attract investment and promote the rollout of advanced mobile solutions across industries and public services. These include changing the objectives of the EU telecoms framework to target investment and sustainable competition in the long-term

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Berec / European Commission / GSMA-UK
Countries: Europe
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