A pan-European operator will be established. Nejvt tyka wants to cooperate

According to the Financial Times, representatives of the largest European operator groups gathered to discuss the interconnection of their network into one large, pan-European group. The motive is to save money.

If they come to an end, the largest European mobile operator will be created, which can share not only technology, infrastructure and the like, but also costs. First, this aspect of the company at a time of declining mares to one thing.

The idea of ​​a large telecom service was first heard at a private meeting between Jaquin Almunia, the EU Commissioner for Competitiveness, and the largest operator groups in Europe. Reports from the Financial Times in London and Brussels said it was covered by representatives of such piers as Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, Telecom Italia and Telefnica.

They refer to several two-sided sources familiar with one. Under the financial crisis, European firms had to sell a number of subsidiaries to strong and often non-European financial groups.

“The operatives came out deeply concerned about the current situation and agreed to a constructive discussion on how the European market could work,” said one of the people familiar with one. The principle of pan-European would create a joint holding company and share the infrastructure on a wholesale basis.

Align the notes will tk, warns the sheet

The forthcoming cooperation has so many relatively peculiar checks. According to a source in the Financial Times, it will not be easy to set up a company together. According to him, the objections to the possible cooperation of the operators do not come from European initiators, but they “agree on them” in the first regulation of individual member states.

For example, it will very well align often with very different first standards. The Financial Times thus warns that the creation of a European stand and a fall, together with a number of financial and technological steps. If they can be tackled well, the European telecommunications market will be able to compete more with large markets, such as in the US or in the Netherlands.

Pan-European could then bring benefits to consumers, such as uniform prices for telecommunications and Internet services throughout Europe. The European Union has long strived for uniform prices across the continent.