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WiFi4EU: The European Commission unveils final results of the second call for applications

The European Commission announced the results of the second WiFi4EU call for proposals, which ran from 4 to 5 April. 3,400 municipalities will receive vouchers each worth €15,000 to cover the cost of installing Wi-Fi hotspots in public spaces, including town halls, public libraries, museums, public parks or squares
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Digital Single Market: Cheaper calls to other EU countries as of 15 may

As of 15 May, a new maximum price will apply for all international calls and SMS within the EU. As a result, consumers calling from their country to another EU country will pay a maximum amount of 19 cents per minute (+VAT) and 6 cents per SMS message (+VAT)
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Poorly designed spectrum auctions risk harming consumers warns GSMA

Artificially inflating prices in auctions threatens quality & affordability of mobile services more
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UN Broadband Commission advocates for new innovative partnerships to expand broadband networks for digital transformation

The Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development held its 2019 Spring Meeting in Menlo Park, California, under the theme “Shaping the future of broadband for sustainable development" more
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BT strengthens and extends relationship with NATO

New support services build on existing relationship for global connectivity more
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Digital Single Market: Commission welcomes European Parliament's vote on new rules for sharing public sector data

The  European Parliament approved the Open Data and Public Sector Information Directive that will significantly improve the availability and innovative use of public and publicly-funded data, helping in turn to fuel the development of data-intensive technologies such as artificial intelligence

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