OPTA

AcronymDefinition
OPTAOnafhankelijke Post en Telecommunicatie Autoriteit
OPTAOsteopetrosis
OPTAOptimum Performance Theoretically Attainable
OPTAOperational Programme Technical Assistance (EU)
OPTAOrthotic & Prosthetic Technological Association
OPTAOpen Packet Telephony Architecture (Cisco)
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However, in 2010, OPTA initially proposed cost-oriented fixed and mobile termination rates, which were in line with EU law.
As a result of a three-month investigation, during which the body of European Telecoms Regulators (BEREC) and OPTA collaborated closely, the Commission's serious doubts were confirmed.
Concretely, the tariffs proposed by OPTA and contested by the Commission are: for mobiles 2.
OPTA is working together with different international public and private parties to share information.
OPTA has already fined someone that used a social network to send unsolicited messages even though a social network is not mentioned in (or excluded from) Dutch telecommunication law.
LAUCHLAN takes his place in the OPTA Scotland select following a storming start to 2001.
ALTHOUGH this would be slightly out of position for O'Neil, OPTA feels his excellent form this season merits a call-up on the right side of midfield.
One criticism of Ferguson is his use of the ball in the final third of the field is not good enough but the OPTA stats show he has only wasted possession five times out of 55 passes in this area.
OPTA RATINGS - Whyte 765; Solberg 550; Rowson 764; McGuire 709; McNaughton 721; McAllister 563.
His tackling is solid, although he hasn't got through as much work as his brother, but his discipline has hindered his OPTA score.
OPTA RATINGS - Darren Young 858; Guntveit 525; Derek Young 620; Jess 502; Bernard 431; Clark 670; Mackie 656.
OPTA therefore amended its proposal: the regulatory period is shortened from three years to one year; OPTA will not intervene on the relevant retail tariffs on condition that UPC, Essent and Casema do not exceed increases in the consumer price index.