This 10-minute, micro course invites governments and regulators to consider a number of measures, depending on individual market needs, that can help the mobile sector continue to provide vital connectivity during the COVID-19 crisis.
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the world, social distancing and stay-at-home directives have driven an unprecedented surge in network traffic volumes. However, with the support and cooperation of customers, content partners and governments, operators are confident they can handle the additional demands on their networks and ensure vital connectivity.
In this spirit of cooperation and doing the right thing for society and the economy, the GSMA has put together eleven recommendations for governments and regulators that can help sustain connectivity during the COVID-19 crisis.
- Consider a number of measures, depending on individual market needs, that can help the mobile sector continue to provide vital connectivity during the COVID-19 crisis.
Course Enrolment Criteria
This course is open to:
- Representatives from academia and international organisations working on regulatory or policy issues
We cannot accept applications from individuals working in the private sector or those not involved in policy or regulation.
Course Structure and Study Time
The course consists of a single, short session that you will gain access to as soon as you start the course. As this course is unmoderated, you can study it at any time. It should take you no more than 10 minutes of study time to complete. After enrolment, you will have one month to complete this course.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not issue GSMA Capacity Building certificates for our bite-sized training courses, only for our full length courses.
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