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Matheson’s Telecommunications newsletter, September 2014

AUTHOR(S): Helen Kelly
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Telecommunications
DATE: 08.09.2014

Welcome to our quarterly newsletter

In this issue

  • Three/O2 merger completes promising better services and deals for customers but national regulator not so happy
  • Ireland starts to ‘gear up’ for roll-out of faster – fibre based - broadband
  • ComReg issues non-compliance notification to eircom for Single Billing Wholesale Line Rental (“SB-WLR”)
  • Cloud9 files roaming disputes with ComReg – eircom and Vodafone in firing line!
  • No more crystal ball gazing - ComReg finalises Strategy Statement 2014-2016
  • New Radio Frequency Plan for Ireland
  • ComReg issues flurry of decisions around Universal Service Obligations but eircom appeals USO re-designation for fixed line access
  • New cost orientation obligation on eircom for current generation Bitstream
  • Better late than never? Liberalisation of the 2GHz spectrum band for 4G / LTE takes a step closer
  • eircom avoids prosecution by agreeing settlement with ComReg over contract termination procedures
  • Don’t overlook the paperwork - Vodafone faces prosecution for failing to respond to ComReg Information Requests
  • Ireland still performing well on compliance with the EU Roaming Regulation
  • It’s all about the figures - ComReg Quarterly Key Data Report Q1 2014 published

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