The Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT) is an Independent Administrative Authority. It acts as the National Regulator that monitors, regulates and supervises: (a) the electronic communications market, within which fixed and mobile telephony, wireless communications and Internet access providers operate and (b) the postal services market, within which postal and courier service providers operate. Moreover, EETT is entrusted with the competences to act as the Competition Authority in the said markets.
The Authority was established in 1992 by virtue of L.2075/1992 and was originally named Hellenic Telecommunications Committee (EET) as its competences initially focused on the supervision of the liberalized telecommunications market. It started operating in the summer of 1995. With the enactment of L.2668/1998 that defined the organization and operation of the postal services, EET was also entrusted with the responsibility of supervising and regulating the postal services market and was renamed Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT).
EETT's supervising and regulatory role was further enforced by Act 2867/2000. L.3431/2006 on electronic communications defined the framework for the provision of electronic communication networks and services and related facilities in Greece, expanding EETT’s competences.
ΕΕΤΤ’s position in the Communications and Information Technology Ecosystem and its relations to the State
Cooperation and Team Spirit
Transparency and Impartiality
Modern Administration and Governance