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23 September, 2017

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25.12.2008

ANRCETI LAUNCHES AN INVITATION TO AUDIT COMPANIES

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The National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) is pleased to invite, before January 15, 2009, expressions of interest from audit companies, interested in performing financial audit of ANRCETI budget administration for 2008.

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19.12.2008

Invitation to Public Hearings

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As requested by a number of electronic communications networks and service providers, the Agency is going to summon the final public hearings session to discuss the Draft Regulations on Interconnection and Access. The session is planned for Wednesday, January 14, 2009, 14.00, at ANRCETI office, 5th floor, Conference room (134 Stefan cel Mare, bd.).

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18.12.2008

ANRCETI will soon benefit from technical assistance funded by EBRD

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In spring 2009, the National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) is expected to benefit from a technical assistance project - „Development of Communications Regulation” – financed by EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development). The project is estimated at about 898,3 thousand euro, and is expected to last approximately for 2 years.

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4.11.2008

ANRCETI Established Regulatory Fee Quantum for 2009

ANRCETI Administrative Board established the regulatory fee quantum for 2009 - 0,15 % of the revenue generated by activities in electronic communications, run by providers of electronic communications networks and services.

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28.10.2008

ANRCETI has approved new regulations on dispute resolution in electronic communications

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(Press Release)

The users of electronic communications services who consider their rights have been violated by service providers are expected to address to the National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) for dispute resolution. This is a clause from the new Regulations on Dispute Resolution in Electronic Communications, approved by ANRCETI Administrative Board and published in the Official Gazette on October 28, 2008.

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