European Commission Vice-President for the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip expressed appreciation of Hungarian programmes involving significant digital developments at talks with Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday, the head of the prime minister's press office said. The consultations which were also attended by Tamas Deutsch, the prime minister's commissioner for the Digital Prosperity Programme, focused on the European Union's digital single market initiative, Bertalan Havasi said. Hungarian developments, including the Digital Prosperity Programme, are well adjusted to the initiative. The digital single market is a priority for the EC. The full implementation of the scheme is expected to contribute an annual 415 billion euros to the economy and create hundreds of thousands of jobs. Several important measures have been introduced by the EU that serve this purpose, including the cancellation of roaming fees and making available the 700 MHz frequency band to the 5G network and new internet services.