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Romanian authority responds to accusations of delaying access to NetCity

Thursday 2 November 2017 | 11:15 CET | News
Romanian telecommunications authority Ancom responded to NetCity-related accusations made by the national association of internet service providers (Anisp) and Romanian Internet Exchange association InterRLAN and said that it's not deliberately delaying the issuance of the rules for non-discriminatory access to the NetCity fibre network in the capital Bucharest, writes local paper Hotnews.ro citing Ancom officials. The authority said the new law on the communications infrastructure regime, which came into force in July 2016, does not set a deadline for issuing the decision of the president of

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Netcity Telecom
Countries: Romania
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