Appalling broadband price differences have long been the reality for anyone moving home across Europe, even between places as close as the UK and Belgium. So have been the differences in broadband quality, speed and coverage. This ‘geographic lottery’ for broadband has been confirmed by the European Commission in their latest study.
Aphaia has been busy this month: our Chief Consultant Boštjan chaired the SEE Telecoms Conference, we mingled with The Cube, and held a BrightTALK webinar exploring key community-engagement strategies in Latin America.
In Aphaia we are always happy to bring you something new: as promised, we have begun to transform all of our white papers into Aphaia e-books, beginning with a select few. We are happy to announce that our white paper on the review of the new EU Electronic Communications Regulatory Framework proposal has been published in the Kindle format.
In this issue of Aphaia’s monthly series on EU regulatory case law find out more abot the latest European regulatory case law from February of this year in the field of information society, competition and environment.