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Deutsche Telekom's Layer 2 bitstream offer goes live

Tuesday 1 November 2016 | 10:47 CET | News
The FNA made the decision at short notice as Deutsche Telekom is obligated to give its competitors access to a Layer 2 bitstream product from the start of November. For these competitors, access to Layer 2 bitstream will replace unbundled access to the local loop of subscriber lines. Prior to 01 November, it was sufficient for Deutsche Telekom to provide Layer 3 bitstream access to its competitors.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Berec / Deutsche Telekom / European Commission
Countries: Germany
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