CCIA Media Briefing Thursday On EU Consumer Broadband Surveys

BY CCIA Staff
September 3, 2013

A week before the European Commission is expected to adopt a telecommunications Regulation, CCIA is releasing two consumer surveys it commissioned on switching costs and broadband consumption. The studies offer details on what services create demand for higher speed access and why rules may be needed to ensure hundreds of millions of Europeans have recourse when Internet access providers block or prioritise content.

Who:

James Waterworth, Vice-President of the Computer & Communications Industry Association, Brussels.

Rob Kenny, of Communications Chambers and author/co-author of these studies “Consumer Lock-In For Fixed Broadband” and “Broadband Consumption Survey”

When: Thursday, September 5, 15:00h CET

Conference Call Info:

Conference PIN Code: 87658002 #

Participant Dial-In Number(s):

Belgium Toll English +32 (0) 24040305
Belgium Toll Free English 080040305

 

United Kingdom Toll English +44 (0)2077509926
United Kingdom Toll Free English 08002799501
United States Toll English +1 9148850779
United States Toll Free English (1) 8666765866

 

France Toll English +33 (0)172040033
France Toll Free English 0805110270
Germany Toll English +49 (0)7117074079
Germany Toll Free English 08001016676

 

Italy Toll English +39 0236010968
Italy Toll Free English 800987199

For any questions, please contact Jakob Kucharczyk [email protected]

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