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Structural problems relating to roaming services should be easier to solve in a genuine single market for mobile communication services, which is not fully in place at present, but which should be the ultimate aim of any regulatory framework.
For this reason the national regulatory authorities, acting within the European Regulators Group for Electronic Communications Networks and Services (ERG), established by Commission Decision 2002/627/EC (), in its response to the public consultation on the review of Regulation (EC) No 717/2007, once again called on the Commission to act at Community level, both as regards the prolongation of the Regulation and with regard to the regulation of SMS roaming and data roaming services.
The remainder of this section discusses these categories and the message types within each category.
The ERG has estimated that the practice of mobile operators of using charging intervals of more than one second when billing for roaming services at retail level has added 24 % to a typical Eurotariff bill for calls made and 19 % for calls received.
The expiry in June 2010 of the regulatory safeguards which apply to intra-Community voice roaming services at wholesale and retail levels by virtue of Regulation (EC) No 717/2007 would therefore give rise to a significant risk that the underlying lack of competitive pressures in the voice roaming market and the incentive for mobile operators to maximise their roaming revenues would result in retail and wholesale prices for intra-Community roaming that do not constitute a reasonable reflection of the underlying costs involved in the provision of the service, thereby jeopardising the objectives of Regulation (EC) No 717/2007.
Regulation (EC) No 717/2007 should therefore be extended beyond 30 June 2010 for a period of two years in order to ensure the smooth functioning of the internal market by guaranteeing that consumers continue to benefit from the assurance that they will not be charged an excessive price, in comparison with competitive national prices, when making or receiving a regulated roaming call while at the same time leaving sufficient time for competition to develop.
The Commission has carried out a review in accordance with Article 11 of Regulation (EC) No 717/2007, where it was required to evaluate whether the objectives of that Regulation had been achieved, to review developments in wholesale and retail charges for the provision to roaming customers of voice and data communications services, including SMS and MMS, and to include, if appropriate, recommendations regarding the need to regulate those services.
In its report to the European Parliament and the Council, contained in its Communication of 23 September 2008 on the outcome of the review of the functioning of Regulation (EC) No 717/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2007 on roaming on public mobile telephone networks within the Community and amending Directive 2002/21/EC, the Commission concluded that it was appropriate to extend the validity of Regulation (EC) No 717/2007 beyond 30 June 2010.