BIPT proposes withdrawing Belgacom fixed-line regulation

Thursday 30 January 2014 | 12:16 CET | News
Belgian regulator BIPT has proposed withdrawing some of the regulation of Belgacom in the fixed-line market, due to growing competition in the market. BIPT said the rise of alternative VoIP providers had improved the market situation, making the regulation of Belgacom less needed. Its draft decision on the fixed market for consumer and non-consumer customers is now open for public comment until 03 March.  

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Belgacom / BIPT
Countries: Belgium
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