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Information & Communications Technologies (ICT)
Tariffs offered by mobile companies usually contain a maximum volume of monthly data (megabytes) to which the client is entitled. Consumption of this data takes place every time the customer...
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On 6 July 2016, the Serbian telecommunications regulator, the Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services (“RATEL“), announced that a new virtual mobile network operator (“MVNO“), Globaltel, had been...
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The Electronic Media Act, along with two other media laws that came into force in August 2014, the Public Information and Media Act and the Public Service Media Act (1), brings...
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The new Montenegrin Law on Electronic Communications aligns the Montenegrin regulatory framework with the 2009 European Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications. The came into force on 7 August 2013. It...
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Law on Electronic Communications The Serbian Parliament has recently adopted the Law on Electronic Communications („Law“). The Law follows the wide-spread fashion of providing a single legal framework for all...
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(Zakon o elektronskom dokumentu, Službeni Glasnik RS no. 51/2009) The new Law on Electronic Documents, in force as of 21 July 2009, represents an important step towards a more precise...
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(Zakon o elektronskoj trgovini, Službeni Glasnik RS no. 41/2009) The new Law on Electronic Commerce (Law), in force as of 10 June 2009, represents a much-needed upgrade of Serbian legislation...
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The Serbian Agency for Telecommunications (“RATEL”) adopted on 17 October three by-laws regulating VoIP, international connections and telecommunication networks, respectively. The by-laws represent a step towards liberalization of fixed telephony...
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