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.

ITU Takes Action to Cut Roaming Charges

Last week the ITU adopted a new recommendation aimed at preventing bill shock for mobile customers using roaming services.

INTUG Present at Wholesale World Congress, Madrid

For the second consecutive year, the Wholesale World Congress will take place in Madrid this September, with 2000 participants from more than 100 countries. INTUG has again been invited to make the voice of the user heard at this event.

INTUG Responds to Decoupling and Wholesale Roaming Access Consultation

Today INTUG published its submission (PDF) to BEREC’s consultation on decoupling and wholesale roaming access. Simplicity of use and charging as well as simplicity and minimization of cost and resource for operators must be the overriding aim. Any measures taken should be temporary, paving the way to elimination of premium charging for international use of […]

INTUG Responds to BEREC Consultation on Net Neutrality

Yesterday INTUG published its response (PDF) to BEREC’s consultation on net neutrality.

INTUG Submits Contribution on Roaming for ITU Working Group

As a sector member of ITU, INTUG was able to make a submission (PDF) to the Council Working Group preparing for the ITU WCIT-12 in Dubai later this year.

INTUG Responds to BEREC Report on Special Rate Services

Yesterday INTUG responded to a BEREC consultation on Special Rate Services, underlining the concerns business users have with the inconsistencies in the provision of these services between different EU member states, both in terms of numbering plans and charging principles.

INTUG Responds to EC Consultations on non-Discrimination, Cost Methodologies Wholesale Access

INTUG has today responded to two key consultations by the European Commission on non-discrimination and cost methodologies for wholesale access.

INTUG Responds to BEREC Work Programme 2012

INTUG submitted its comments (PDF) to BEREC’s (European Regulators Group for Electronic Communications) draft Work Programme 2012 (PDF) today.

INTUG Conference: Beyond Roaming – Mobile Communication Services for Multinationals

22 November 2011, Brussels