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Measures For Stimulating Competition On Mobile Services Market In Romania To Maximize Benefits For End Users


  • Camelia Budac

    (Lucian Blaga Unversity of Sibiu)

  • Lia Baltador

    (Lucian Blaga Unversity of Sibiu)


In the last years, the market of mobile services in Romania had a huge success; the number of users of this type of services is constantly growing. The interest of the investors who were encouraged by statistics and have recently appeared on the market shows that Romanians are leaders in mobile services and that people are very attached to their mobile devices. ANCOM – the National Authority for Administration and Regulation in Communications) is the institution governing the mobile services market in Romania which establishes the rules and ensures that the market players comply with these regulations. Its mission is to ensure arbitrage on the communications market and genuine competition for the benefit of users. The major objectives of this authority are: to promote competition, protect the interests of users, the use of the limited resources, encourage efficient investment in infrastructure, promote innovation. To achieve these objectives, the regulatory activity in the communications sector is based on the following principles: need, opportunity, proportionality, obligation, technological neutrality, transparency, predictability, stability and resource efficiency.

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  • Camelia Budac & Lia Baltador, 2010. "Measures For Stimulating Competition On Mobile Services Market In Romania To Maximize Benefits For End Users," Studies in Business and Economics, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Faculty of Economic Sciences, vol. 5(3), pages 107-115, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:blg:journl:v:5:y:2010:i:3:p:107-115

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