Member States of the European Union are governed by EU regulations.
As a member of the EU, Sweden participates in EU legislative work together with the other Member States. EU collaboration involves certain areas of policy, such as trade policy, in addition to rules on the free mobility of goods and services.
Some EU rules take the form of regulations that apply to the undertakings, authorities and citizens of all Member States with immediate effect. Others are directives that have to be incorporated into Swedish legislation.
EU regulations on electronic communications
- Framework Directive 2002/21/EC
- Authorisation Directive 2002/20/EC
- Access Directive 2002/19/EC
- Directive amending these three directives 2009/140/EC
- Universal Service Directive 2002/22/EC
- Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications 2002/58/EC
- Directive amending these two directives 2009/136/EC
- Regulation on International Roaming 717/2007
- Regulation on Unbundled Access to the Local Loop 2887/2000
EU regulations on post
EU regulations on equipment
Other EU regulations
- EUR-lex – all EU regulations on one website
- Explanatory Note on relevant product and service markets within the electronic communications sector susceptible to ex ante regulation in accordance with Directive 2002/21/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on a common regulatory framework for
electronic communications networks and services.