By 30 June 2017, Member States will adopt and make their national roadmaps on the transition process public. These roadmaps will contain information on activities and timescales for frequency re-planning, necessary technical developments, the co-existence of radio and non-radio equipment, and existing and new authorisation regimes. They will also include information on the possible compensation for migration costs, so that these costs are not entirely supported by end-users. By 31 December 2017, Member States are to finalise the cross-border frequency coordination agreements within the EU, paving the way for the upcoming use of the 700 MHz band without cross-border interference. By 30 June 2020 at the latest, Member States will allow the effective use of the 700 MHz band for wireless broadband under harmonised technical conditions.