The European Commission has adopted a Telecoms Reform Package whereby EU citizens would benefit from better and cheaper communication services, regardless of where they live or travel within the European Union. The Commission proposes: (i) strengthening consumer rights; (ii) increasing choice by reinforcing competition between telecoms operators; (iii) promoting investment in new communication infrastructures, in particular by freeing radio spectrum for wireless broadband services; and (iv) making communication networks more reliable and secure. The Commission recommends that all national regulators have the opportunity to impose functional separation, and proposes establishing a European Telecom Market Authority by combining the functions of the current European Regulators Group and the European Network and Information Security Agency.