DIRECTIVE 2002 22 EC PDF
DIRECTIVE 2002 22 EC PDF!
(Access Directive) (6), Directive /22/EC of the. European Parliament and of the Council of 7 March. on universal service and users' rights relating to. Committee on 26 March ,. Whereas: (1). Many amendments need to be made to Council Directive. /29/EC of 22 April on the. Directive (/20/EC), Access Directive (/19/EC), Universal Service Directive (/22/EC),. Privacy and Electronic Communications.
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The concept of universal service should evolve to reflect advances in technology, market developments and changes in user demand. The regulatory framework established for the full liberalisation of the telecommunications market in in the Community defined the minimum scope of universal service obligations and established rules for its costing and directive 2002 22 ec.
Due attention is to be given to correctly assessing the costs that any designated undertaking would have chosen to avoid had there been no universal service obligation.
The net cost calculation should assess the benefits, including intangible benefits, to the universal service operator. The calculation is to be based upon the costs attributable to: This category may include service elements such as access to emergency telephone services, provision of certain directive 2002 22 ec pay telephones, provision of certain services or equipment for disabled people, etc; ii specific end-users or groups of end-users who, taking into account the cost of providing the specified network and service, the revenue generated and any geographical averaging of prices imposed by the Member State, can only be served at a loss or under cost conditions falling outside normal commercial standards.
This category includes those end-users or groups of end-users which would not be served by a commercial operator which did not have an obligation to provide universal service. The calculation of the net cost of specific aspects of universal service obligations is to be made separately and so as to avoid the double counting of any direct directive 2002 22 ec indirect benefits and costs.
Directive 2002 22 ec overall net cost of universal service obligations to any undertaking is to be calculated as the sum of the net costs arising from the specific components of universal service obligations, taking account of any intangible benefits.
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