BIPT wants to regulate Belgacom IP-TV offering

Monday 27 December 2010 | 10:45 CET | News
Belgian regulator BIPT has included wholesale obligations for Belgacom again in its 20 December market analysis. The obligations are a continuation of existing requirements for xDSL unbundling and collocation. These allow alternative providers to offer internet services. The regulation considers Belgacom a company with Significant Market Power (SMP). The requirements include the usual obligations, such as transparency, non-discrimination, and a reasonable and timely handling of requests from market participants. What is new is an IP multicast requirement, specifically designed to help

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: BIPT
Countries: Belgium
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