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Finland to Review Mobile Operator License Conditions

06 сентября 2011

The Finnish government has started a consultation on reform of the country's various communications regulations, and the mobile operator licenses. The purpose of the reforms is to eliminate overlapping and to make content of regulations more concise and up-to-date.

"Approximately ten laws will be gathered to form an information society arc. In part, this work will consist of transferring technical sections and moments. However, the most important objective is to ensure functional communications markets," Kaisa Kiuru, Finland's Minister of Housing and Communications stated.

The law reform will take several years to complete.

According to Kiuru, present regulations are fragmented and there are many of them. In addition to this, not all the regulations are up-to-date.

In addition to clarification of legislation, the main themes include a reform of mobile operator licences and review of regulations concerning operator obligations and consumer protection.

Minister Kiuru believes that it is essential the industry takes an active role in the project. The best expertise in key questions concerning electronic communications comes from within the field.

"The information society arc covers an estimated ten laws and over 400 sections. Realisation of the reform will not possible if the industry does not actively take part in the process," Kiuru emphasizes.

Источник: Cellular news

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