PTS is to assign licences in the 800 MHz band through an auction. The auction is planned to start on 28 February and those interested must apply no later than 31 January 2011.
PTS is now launching an Internet service aimed to reduce the number of incidents of damage to lines and pipes and other infrastructure.
Now for the first time Swedes are calling more from their mobiles than from fixed telephones. This is shown by a report from PTS.
Reduced mobility may result in problems for consumers.
PTS is launching a new innovation competition today. The theme of this competition is ‘Culture and leisure’. The final application date is 17 December.
22 European countries participate in a cross-border cooperation excercise on 4 November.
Mobile operators must accept call traffic from other operators and maintain cost-orientated prices.
PTS wants to take action aginst long notice periods and SIM card lock where customers have to pay to unlock their phone.
A joint statement which aims to promote the deployment of broadband and competition throughout Sweden.
There is now new support available for village associations and municipalities that wish to roll out broadband in rural areas where broadband is not being established by the market.