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Ofcom starts consultation on wholesale broadband access

Friday 23 June 2017 | 08:51 CET | News
UK regulator Ofcom opened a new public consultation on wholesale broadband access. In its latest market analysis it found the area where consumers have no, or limited, choice of broadband providers has fallen to around 2 percent of UK premises, compared to around 10 percent in its last review in 2014. In these uncompetitive areas, as well as in Hull where KCom is the main operator, Ofcom considers BT and KCom as significant market powers requiring regulation. The proposal is to maintain regulation designed to promote retail competition, including xDSL wholesale access products available to

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: BT / Kcom / Ofcom
Countries: United Kingdom
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