BIPT addresses procedural fault in mobile termination

Thursday 14 May 2015 | 10:52 CET | News
Belgian regulator BIPT published a new market analysis on mobile termination. The Brussels court ruled last September that the BIPT's original decision from June 2010 was invalid due to a procedural fault. The regulator did not consult Belgium's audiovisual sector regulators, as required under the law. Following the ruling, BIPT consulted the media regulators, but they did not have any substantial comments on the decision. The content of the new decision is the same as the previous decision and will apply retroactively from 01 August 2010. The same termination rates continue to apply. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BIPT
Countries: Belgium
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