Neelie Kroes’ controversial telecoms reform package for Europe is to be unveiled tomorrow, a day later than initially planned.

A spokesperson for Kroes played down any problems with the package, stating in an email that the package has already been passed by the College of Commissioners “without amendment.”

The email added: “There have, in particular, been rumours that the net neutrality element was amended. It was not, and it was supported by an overwhelming majority. The rest was unanimously supported.”

Kroes’ team was also keen to focus on the wide range of issues that will be addressed in the package: “While we know roaming is the most interesting/simple thing to cover in this package … it’s still a package. Roaming is not the ‘centrepiece’ – all the pieces matter equally, and it is designed so that all the parties are net beneficiaries.”

Proposed initiatives include a plan to simplify regulation so operators can offer services anywhere in Europe following a single notification; more coordination on spectrum so pan-EU business models and companies can exist; guaranteed net neutrality; the abolition of roaming charges by 2014; and improved consumer protection such as new rights to plain language contracts, with more comparable information, guaranteed internet speeds, and greater rights for users to switch provider or contract if desired.

Earlier this week EU digital chief Kroes dropped plans for a single telecoms regulator, as well as a Eurotariff termination rate scheme. Also removed from the package was any change to the definition of an electronic communications services provider, and plans for pan-European spectrum licenses.

Mobile World Live will bring you all the news as it breaks tomorrow.