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Thursday, November 18, 2004
The government has issued Decision 1872/2004, which amends the income and expenditure budget of the National Regulatory Authority for Communications (ANRC) for the year 2004, and includes the resources for financing universal services.
Providers of public electronic communications networks and of publicly available telephone services with a turnover of at least EURO 3m are required to contribute 0.8 per cent of their relevant turnover (not including revenues from interconnection and roaming) to the Universal Service fund, which for 2004 amounted to EURO 14.3m.
The Universal Service Fund receipts for 2004 will be divided 45 per cent on installing telecentres (telephone and internet access in remote areas), 35 per cent on granting subsidies and facilities to low income families and 20 per cent on directories and installing public payphones.
Universal service providers will be compensated for the net cost of providing these services.
In the years 2005 to 2010, the percentage to be contributed by operators will be 0.5 per cent.
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 11/18/2004 09:27:00 am
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