• We do our business ethically and support economic competition

  • Consumers are best protected by economic competition

  • We cooperate with the international experts in telecommunications, regulation and law

  • We support the development of electronic communication networks and services for the benefit of consumers

Telecommunication Union of Slovak Republic

TUSR is an independent and non-political association. The members are telecommunication operators who have committed to conduct business ethically, support economic competition and focus on the development of electronic communication networks and services in Slovakia for the benefit of consumers. Operators from TUSR deal with the competition decisively, but in good faith, in accordance with the principles of fair and open competition rules and in the interest of the good name of the entire industry.

The goal of TUSR is to create partnerships and submit initiative proposals in order to solve shortcomings that negatively affect competition and make doing business in Slovakia even more difficult. The members of TUSR are represented by experienced managers and technicians, cooperating with renowned international experts in the field of regulation, law and communication, who act on the so-called best practice of EU member countries.

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Press releases and statements

Is there a threat of further price increases for telecommunication services in the EU?

The European Commission is currently dealing with the possibility of deregulation or a significant narrowing of the regulation of the electronic communications sector. As a result, operators with significant market power could dictate pricing and technical terms that would further distort competition, crowd out competition from the market, and ultimately demand disproportionately high prices from end users.

What will happen next with the distribution of Czech TV programs?

Currently, in Slovakia, we are dealing with the issue of the further distribution of Czech television programs. What will come next? Will we eliminate Hungarian, Austrian or Polish programs as well? The distribution and offering of foreign television programs is a professional topic that can easily turn into a political one, and according to the Telecommunications Union of the Slovak Republic (TÚSR), all those affected should sit down at a round table without unnecessary emotions and explain their positions.

Forgotten technology makes it possible to call during vacation for free and without a mobile network signal

All kinds of things can happen during alpine tourism at home and abroad as well. On the way to a vacation aborad, communication between cars can be unintentionally expensive and complicated. In such cases, the Telecommunication union of Slovak Republic recommends having an almost forgotten technology as a backup, which allows you to communicate for free even in places without a mobile network signal.

They received a high bill for mobile services after the holiday

According to a recently published representative survey, almost half of Slovaks plan to spend their summer vacation abroad. Telecommunication union of Slovak Republic recommends caution so that their memories of a pleasantly spent vacation are not spoiled by a high bill for the use of mobile services abroad. The experiences of some vacationers illustrate what could happen.

World Telecommunications and Information Society Day reminds us how the world has changed thanks to telecommunications

Since 1965, the world has commemorated the World Telecommunications Day every year on May 17, since 2007 World Telecommunications and Information Society Day. On this day, in 1865, the International Telegraph Convention was signed in Paris and the International Telegraph Union was founded, which was renamed the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in 1934. On this occasion, Telecommunication union of Slovak Republic draws attention to how the world around us has changed thanks to telecommunications. Do you know that the public telegraph service began to be used in our territory in 1847?

You can watch the return of migratory birds online

On April 1st, we celebrate International Bird Day. April is also the month when the most migratory birds arrive on our territory. Their arrival at the nests and nesting are watched not only by ornithologists in the field, but also by other enthusiasts from the comfort of their living rooms - thanks to the live transmission provided by telecommunication operators from the Telecommunication union of Slovak Republic (TUSR).

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