INTUG: Action on Roaming Goes Global

INTUG was recently invited to brief representatives of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) on International Roaming developments, as input to discussions on addressing the concerns over Trans-Tasman roaming costs between Australia and New Zealand.

INTUG Meets in Hong Kong, Appoints New Chairman And Highlights User Priorities

At a meeting in Hong Kong beginning today, the International Telecommunications Users Group (INTUG) appointed Danielle Jacobs, General Manager of the Belgian Communication technology and services user group BELTUG as its new chairman. Ms. Jacobs succeeds Rosemary Sinclair, who stepped down after her 3-year term expired.

Significant FttH Market Penetration in 20 Countries, Strong Growth in US

The number of economies where fiber to the home has established a significant and growing market presence has nearly doubled over the past 18 months, according to an updated global ranking issued yesterday by the FTTH Councils of Asia‐Pacific, Europe and North America.

Eight EU Members Ahead of U.S. in Broadband, Commission Says

Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden are world leaders in broadband deployment with penetration rates over 30 per cent by the end of 2007, according to the European Commission’s 13th Progress Report on the Single Telecoms Market, issued today.