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Meeting of the Plenary of the Hellenic Telecommunications & Post Commission  
 

During a meeting that was held on Wednesday, 21 September 2005, the Plenary of the Hellenic Telecommunications & Post Commission reached, among other things, the following Decisions:

  • To call COSMOTE, TIM and VODAFONE to a Hearing in order to examine the extent to which the increases in the cost of short message services (SMS) that they announced in April 2005 conflict with the telecommunications legislation and with the legislation relating to competition.
  • To call the following companies to a Hearing:
    • The Hellenic Telecommunications Organization, in order to establish whether the company complies with the Carrier Pre-selection cancellation procedure, as this is defined by the newly-adopted Regulation of the Hellenic Telecommunications & Post Commission.
    • TELEDOME, following a relative complaint and Application for Injunction Measures that were filed by the Hellenic Telecommunications Organisation, in order to establish whether it adheres to the Carrier Pre-selection activation procedure.

It should be noted that according to Regulation of the Hellenic Telecommunications & Post Commission that is presently in force, a subscriber submits, in writing, by fax, electronically or by telephone, the Carrier Pre-selection Activation/Cancellation Application to the pre-selected provider.

  • To announce its positions on the comments that the telecommunications companies made within the framework of Public Consultations regarding the definition of the following two markets: (a) the market of wholesale provision of broadband access and (b) the market of wholesale access to the Unbundled Local Loop. The relative texts will be posted on the web-site of the Hellenic Telecommunications & Post Commission (www.eett.gr, Announcements). The next step will be an analysis of and the regulatory interventions in the said markets.
  • To assign 676 [.gr.] Domain Names.
  • Assignments for the issuance of 6 Special Radio Network Operating Licences.