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CMA to examine BT superfast broadband pricing

Wednesday 6 January 2016 | 18:11 CET | News
The UK's Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) has referred two appeals to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) over restrictions to the charges BT is allowed to make for use of its superfast broadband network. BT and TalkTalk Telecom both appealed to CAT following Ofcom's decision on superfast broadband pricing in March 2015. BT is required to allow other operators to use its network to sell superfast broadband to consumers under a process known as 'virtual unbundled local access' (VULA). The CAT has permitted Sky UK and TalkTalk to be interveners in the appeal brought by BT, and BT to

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: BT / Ofcom / Sky / TalkTalk
Countries: United Kingdom
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