INTUGInternational Telecommunications Users Group
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Intug's Sutherland says that providers are likely to try and justify increases on the grounds that more of them will go bust unless they can increase their margins.
International Telecommunications Users Group, INTUG News, President's Column, London, October 1992.
McKendrick, "The INTUG View on the EEC Green Paper," Telecommunications Policy 11 (December 1987), 325--29.
Today, this is not the case, and it will never be the case under the current regulatory framework," added Nick White, president of the INTUG.
"INTUG works away on such matters year in and year out.
The International Telecommunications Users Group (INTUG) was formed in 1974 to ensure that the voice of the user was heard wherever regulatory issues were discussed.
The International Telecommunication Users Group (INTUG) - which lobbies for consumers - said excessive charges for using a mobile phone abroad are a "veritable cartel" compared to the flat tariffs levied across the United States.
Other members include ACUTA, CBTA, ENTELEC, ICA, INTUG (representing 22 associations worldwide), MTC (representing 13 mid-western groups), SETA (10 south-eastern groups), and TCA Corporate (11 TCA chapters).
International mobile roaming, an integral feature of mobile communications, generates 15 to 25% of a mobile operator's revenue, according to some estimates (INTUG, 2003).
A coalition representing the Union of Employers Confederations (UNICE), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the European Information and Communications Technology Industry Association (EICTA) and the International Telecommunication Users Group (INTUG) expressed the fear of seeing such a system imposed without consultation of the industry.
As far as telecomm policy is concerned, the continuing restriction of the export of the use of fiber technology to the Commonwealth of Independent States seems unnecessarily limiting by the West," says INTUG's Chairman Peter Smith.
A coalition of industry groups made up of the Union of Industrial and Employers' Confederations of Europe (UNICE), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the European Information, Communications and Consumer Electronics Technology Industry Association (EICTA) and the International Telecommunications Users Group (INTUG) have published a joint statement warning against the risk of a regime of mandatory data retention.