INTUG Expresses Concern to F.C.C. over Recent Summary Business Services Data Order

The new Chairman’s reversal of the previous FCC Network Neutrality position is also unwelcome for business users.

INTUG Takes Part in Joint Letter to EC on Concerns About German Vectoring Monopoly Proposal

Twenty-five German and international associations, including INTUG, have jointly drafted and published a letter outlining their concerns regarding the vectoring monopoly proposed by the German National Regulator Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA). We have received a response from European Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip, who has replied to our concerns and expressed his interest in the topic.

INTUG and Other Associations Develop Joint Letter to EC on Risks of German Vectoring Monopoly

Twenty-five German and international associations have jointly drafted and published a letter outlining their concerns regarding the vectoring monopoly proposed by the German National Regulator Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA). This proposal would give a single provider the right to exclusively install vectoring equipment at street cabinets in the nearshore area around the 8.000 German main distribution frames […]

INTUG Presents Business Users’ Issues at BEREC Forum

Danielle Jacobs spoke at the 3rd BEREC Stakeholder Forum on 15 October in Brussels, giving voice to the needs of international and national business users on topics including the Internet of Things, the need for competition in the telecoms market, net neutrality and INTUG’s proposal for a Code of Conduct for software publishers.

INTUG Supports New #Netcompetition Initiative on Broadband

A new broadband stakeholder alliance has taken off in Brussels, sending a message to EU policy makers that users deserve real choice, innovation, freedom of communication and affordable services for broadband.

Broadband Speeds Four Times Higher in Better Regulated Markets, Study

Businesses and consumers are losing EUR 25bn per year and broadband speeds are being restricted due to uncompetitive telecoms markets, reveals a study released by ECTA last week.