Belgium regulators propose open networks
10 July 2017 | Natalie Bannerman
In an attempt to manage competition in the wholesale broadband and TV market, Belgium’s telecom regulator BIPT and the regional media regulators have called for the opening up of networks further to include also fixed telephony.
And also make incumbent Proximus provide wholesale access to its FTTH network.
The dominant operators in the market: Proximus, Telenet, Brutele and Nethys (Voo) and Coditel (SFR, since acquired by Telenet), must now offer access to their networks to alternative operators.