Opta wants more manpower to enforce new roaming rules

Friday 8 June 2012 | 08:58 CET | News
Opta has completed a performance at the request of the Dutch ministry of economics, agriculture and innovations, looking in particular on how the roaming rules will be enforced in practive. Opta said the new rules will lead to extra costs and the need for more supervising power. The regulator has therefore requested extra capacity, at least until 2015, in the form of an extra 1.5 FTE. Opta also asked for the transition period between the old and the new roaming regulations to be clearly identified in order to prevent any monitoring gaps.

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