Austrian regulator RTR shows some flexibility in the application of the network neutrality regulations at the corona time. Namely, RTR allows operators temporary exemptions from the application of the network neutrality principle, reported Die Presse.
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Four Slovak mobile operators decide on suppliers for future 5G networks. The only operator who has it clear already is Orange. It announced cooperation with Nokia, reported Zive.sk. Slovak Telekom has not taken any decision yet. O2 Slovakia runs a tender to select a supplier. Finally, the fourth MNO 4ka admits being in touch with four suppliers: ZTE, Nokia, Huawei and Ericsson.