PARIS — A European Union agency that advises national telecom regulators on policy issues has concluded that current and near-term broadband satellite capacity over Europe is more than enough to satisfy the EU’s universal-service goal without the need for a government-financed network.
The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communication (BEREC) assessed satellite broadband in the 27-nation EU based on an EU directive that requiring broadband to be available at fixed locations and at affordable prices throughout EU territory.
Neither BEREC . . .
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