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Study on future trends and business models in communications services and their regulatory impact - SMART2013/0019

The European Commission has launched a call for tenders in order to assess traditional and emerging business models related to OTT services

The objective of the study is to identify current and future trends and business models based on OTT services that are likely to emerge and to assess the related implications for the traditional electronic communications business models. The study should take into account the current market organisation and regulatory setup, including in the area of data and consumer protection, and assess the purpose and effectiveness of the current regulatory set-up. Furthermore it should assess how traditional electronic communications providers are responding to new challenges triggered by such new business models.

The tender specifications, the draft contract and invitation will be available until 29/09/2014. For a detailed description, please open the tender specifications.

This webpage will be updated regularly and it is the tenderers' responsibility to check for updates and modifications during the tendering period.

Contract Notice Identifier: 2014/S 138-246801
Call for tenders: 22/07/2014 to 29/09/2014
Budget: 250 000 €

The call for this tender was closed on 29/09/2014 and there is no more possibility to submit offers.

The offers received are currently under evaluation in accordance with the public procurement rules. When the results are available the winner will be announced in the Official Journal of the European Union.



Tender specifications - Study on future trends and business models in communications services and their regulatory impact