Commission opens infringement procedures against 24 Member States for not transposing new …

Publié le 05/02/2021 | Mise à jour le 05/02/2021

On the 4th of February 2021, the Commission opened infringement procedures against 24 Member States for failing to enact new EU telecom rules.

The European Electronic Communications Code modernises the European regulatory framework for electronic communications, to enhance consumers’ choices and rights, for example by ensuring clearer contracts, quality of services, and competitive markets. The Code also ensures higher standards of communication services, including more efficient and accessible emergency communications. Furthermore, it allows operators to benefit from rules incentivising investments in very-high capacity networks, as well as from enhanced regulatory predictability, leading to more innovative digital services and infrastructures.

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