A new raft of measures backed by politicians in the European Parliament could see wireless networks which span across the continent, according to new reports.
The package specifies that EU member states should reserve some part of their broadband spectrum for European wide services, ensuring coverage across the region, reports CNET.
Furthermore, the public sector news provider reveals that the European Parliament has "agreed to set up a new European wide telecommunications regulator called the Body of European Regulators in Telecommunications to help ensure fair competition and high-quality services but said it should not take over tasks related to network and information security".
The development comes after calls to cut mobile data roaming charges from the European Commission on Tuesday (September 23rd).
Results from the recently-conducted iPass Mobile Broadband Index study found that Europe recently surpassed North America in use of business Wi-Fi spots.