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Buglas presents regulatory plan to boost fibre roll-out

Tuesday 11 July 2017 | 10:35 CET | News
German industry association Buglas has presented its proposal for a new regulatory framework to stimulate the roll-out of FTTB/H networks in Germany. The six-point plan, presented ahead of the German federal elections this autumn, calls for open-access fibre networks to be free of regulation, while copper would remain subject to wholesale access obligations.

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