Operators turn EU Digital Agenda to lobbying advantage

Thursday 21 June 2012 | 13:15 CET | News
The European Commission's publication of the latest scorecard on progress towards achieving the Digital Agenda goals has prompted reactions from a number of lobby groups in the industry looking to promote their own agenda for rolling out the next generation of broadband services. The European Competitive Telecommunications Association, which groups alternative operators, said the scorecard underlines the need for more investment to meet the targets. The ECTA backs the Commission's work on developing more harmonised wholesale access regulations for next-generation access networks. The FTTH

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