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PTS to examine operators' revenue figures for purpose of setting fees

Friday 14 September 2018 | 13:18 CET | News
Swedish communications regulator PTS said it has begun scrutinising telecoms operators' revenue reports for 2017 to ensure that they are paying the correct fees to the watchdog. PTS said 90 percent of its costs are covered by charges paid by operators and permit holders, which are levied depending on their recorded annual turnover.

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Countries: Sweden
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