Romania consults on disabled persons' telecom access

Romania's telecommunications authority ANCOM submitted to public consultation a set of measures intended to ensure the disabled persons’ access to telephony and internet access services adapted to their specific needs and in conditions equivalent to those available for most users. The draft decision provides that end-users with sight, speech and/or hearing disabilities will be able to benefit from internet and telephony offers with included consumption units optimised for their special needs. The interested persons are invited to send their comments and suggestions by 17 December. 

Country: Romania

Domains: IG

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: disabled persons, Internet, public consultation

Posted on Tuesday 18 November 2014

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