ANCOM: Mobile Telephony, the Most Complained About in 2015
In 2015, the National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM) received and settled more than 2,000 complaints from the electronic communications users in Romania, by 19% more than in 2014. Almost half of the complaints referred to mobile telephony services, registering a slight growth compared to the previous year (+5%), as revealed by the most recent ANCOM statistics which show that, by mid-2015, the Romanians used 22.7 million active SIM cards (prepaid and subscription-based).
ANCOM proposes the strategic vision for digital communications up to 2020
The document under public consultation includes a diagnosis of the current status of the electronic communications sector, as well as an outline of the trends and perspectives for the future. These elements underlie ANCOM’s strategic priorities and proposed main action lines in the next 5 years.
4G connections continue upsurge in Romania
“Almost 3 times and a half grew 4G connections in Romania in one year, from less than 800,000 in 2014, to 2.7 million in 2015. This confirms the Romanian users’ interest for high performance terminals, mobility and speed, as well as the fact that operators have invested in networks in the recent years, which also determined the rise and upsurge of the demand for such services”, declared the ANCOM President, Catalin Marinescu