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Mobile telecom operators must ensure that Dutch emergency number 112 can be reached using all technologies that they use for establishing regular phone calls. This is one of the conclusions in the draft policy rule that ACM has made available to market participants for consultation.
ACM granted additional powers to ensure Dutch telecom market will work better for people and businesses
ACM has welcomed the new provisions in the Dutch Telecommunications Act, granting ACM more powers to protect competition in the fixed-telecommunications market. The Dutch House of Representatives today passed an amendment, which will expand ACM’s toolkit.
Dutch telecom operator Lebara has lowered its rates for mobile calling and texting from one EU country to another. The company immediately adjusted these roaming rates, following a request from ACM.
ACM finds it important that telecom operators comply with their statutory obligation to investigate, and to provide details of the anonymous caller to the victim, so the victim is able to take action.
ACM Telecom Monitor: mobile-data consumption in the Netherlands in 2019 ten times as much as five years before
Every six months, ACM publishes the Telecom Monitor, which gives an overview of the trends and developments in mobile services, fixed telephony, broadband, television, business network services, and bundles.
Number Issuance Monitor: ACM’s interventions result in increased availability of mobile phone numbers
The Number Issuance Monitor is an annual monitor in which ACM reports on the trends and developments regarding the issuance of numbers.
Highest administrative-law court in the Netherlands has reversed ACM’s decision to open up the networks of KPN and VodafoneZiggo
The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (CBb) handed down its ruling in the appeal proceedings on granting other telecom operators access to the networks of telecom operator KPN and cable operator VodafoneZiggo. ACM’s decision about the right to access to both networks has thus been reversed.