Austria's telecoms market has seen substantial change since a raft of new legislation was introduced three years ago. The effect has been lower prices and a highly competitive market for all kinds of e-communications, as Georg Roehsner reports
Almost three years after a major legislative overhaul, the liberalisation of the Austrian telecommunications market has made significant progress. The legal framework for the electronic communications markets within the European Union (EU) was laid down in five EU directives in 2002 and was implemented under Austrian law in the Telecommunications Act of 2003 (TKG 2003).
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