The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority's (PTS) new innovation competition is now accepting submissions. The theme this time around is "Best in the business". Businesses and other organisations can win up to SEK 1.7 million per project. The aim is to produce accessible and appealing websites at the cutting edge of technology.
19 May 2016
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) has announced fourteen winners in the twelfth PTS innovation competition. The theme was Active Leisure Time and the winning projects will share SEK 20.6 million in funding.
19 May 2016
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (Post- och telestyrelsen, PTS) is collaborating with Wikimedia Sverige, the Swedish chapter of the Wikimedia Foundation, to make Wikipedia more accessible. The collaboration entails the financing of user-generated text-to-speech solution for people who have difficulties availing themselves of the texts on the website.
2 March 2016
The prices we pay in Sweden for telephony and broadband are low compared to the rest of the world. This is an outcome of Post and Telecom Authority's (PTS) report “Price developments for mobile telephony and broadband 2015”.
24 February 2016
Lots of letters are sent across Sweden each Christmas. But many of them get lost due to incorrect addresses or insufficient postage. Keep this in mind when you send your Christmas letters.
21 December 2015
The proportion who feel that the operators provide good mobile coverage is increasing. This is one of the findings of the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) report “Swedes’ use of telephony and internet – PTS individual survey 2015”.
10 December 2015
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) has announced three winners in its eleventh innovation competition. The theme was “smarter e-commerce” and the winning projects will share the funding of approximately SEK 4 million.
9 December 2015
The new National Post and Telecom Agency's (PTS) Innovation Competition is now underway, with the theme "Active leisure time." Companies and other organisations have the chance to win up to SEK 1.7 million per project. The aim is to make it easier and more enjoyable to practise various leisure activities. The activities included may be physical, social or mental activities.
24 November 2015
The number of high-speed broadband subscriptions continues to increase, as well as the demand for services accessed via the Internet, such as IPTV and IP-telephony. This is shown by the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority’s report Swedish Telecommunications Market for the first half-year 2015.
23 November 2015
Of the 14.4 million mobile subscriptions at the end of 2014, 4 million have used 4G services, which is an increase of 2.5 million subscriptions. This is one of the findings of the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency's (PTS) report, Swedish Telecom Market 2014, which outlines the trends in the telecoms market last year.
1 June 2015