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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).

Customers will benefit from competition and ethical business practices of telecommunications operators

Does it seem to you that there is a little competition between telecommunications operators and also you have a smaller selection of services and higher prices compared to other countries? A helping hand with the necessary changes is offered by Telecommunication union of Slovak Republic (hereinafter referred to as "TUSR"), whose aim is to support competition on the telecommunications market and also supervise the legal and moral provision of electronic communication networks and services.